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The Westing Game

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on May 15, 2007 at 10:21:50 am
 

Tell us what you think of the book, Westing Game. Be sure to include your initials so you will receive credit.

 

 

The Westing Game

April 30, 2007

 

The Westing Game is an exciting tale about poor old Mr. Westing who dies and leaves 16 heirs clues to see who murdered him in the end the person is not guilty, but who is it? See if you can find out before them.

 

By: AJ

 

The Westing Game

May 1, 2007

The Westing Game is an amazing murder mystery. 16 heirs to Sam Westing were all persuaded to live in Sunset Towers. One night, Sam Westing was found dead in his house. He leaves clues for the heirs, one of which is the murderer of Sam, but can they solve them? I couldn't! When the final day to decide the answer comes, they get the clues wrong. But who can solve it? Is it possible that any of them murder him? The judge? A little ten year old girl? I guess it just depends on what the clues add up to!

 

By: CG

 

The Westing Game

May 2, 2007

 

The Westing Gameis an amazing mystery story. There are 16 heirs chosen to inherit Sam Westing's fortune, $200,000,000. They are all persuaded to live in an apartment complex called Sunset Towers. Sam Westing makes his will a game. Who ever finds who murdered him first wins all 200 million dollars. Many dangerous and amazing things happen durring the game. Bombs, treatury, and cheating are a few. No one can figure out who is the murder? Is it a 12 year old girl, or is it a judge. Is it a chef, or a maid? Who ever it is, it is one of the biggest mysteries.

 

 

By: J.M.

 

The Westing Game (by Ellen Raskin)

May 7, 07

 

The Westing Game was a mischevious game that was played in a apartment building called Sunset Towers. One named Sam Westing was said to be murdered by one of the several heirs. Who ever found out who was the murderer with the clues that they all had, they would earn about $200M. But eventually it became a big feud between everyone. there were bombs, thefts, engagements, and doctors, and chinese foods. But as it all ended, the most unexpected was the one.

 

RARJ

 

 

The Westing Game

 May 8, 2007

 

    This book is about 16 people and 8 teams of 2 trying to figure out whoo killed sam westing. It all started when 16 heirs were gathered to hear a reading of Sam Westings will. I that will it says that he wa killed by 1 of the 16 heirs gathered there. He sets them into pairs of two  so they can find out who the murderer was. the way they find this out is when the sets of partner get a certain amount of words to help them figure out who killed him. The game that they are playing is called the westing game. to keep them playing the westing game each pair gets 10,000 dollars. Although what really is the motive to keep you playing is that the pair that riddles it all out first gets to inherit his million dollar fortune. in tis book there are many dangersin this book. Bombs are set off, people are sent to jail, and people die. it is a very suspensfull book and you will probubly finish it in a flash so you can find out who was the person who caused all of these treacherous things.

 

Rachel

 

 The Westing Game

May 15, 2007

 

One day in September, a sixty-two-year-old delivery boy gives 16 people, the residents of Sunset Towers, an invitation to hear Samuel Westing's will read. In this will is a chance to win 2 million dollars . . . by finding out who murdered Sam Westing! Who was it? A cleaning woman?a young girl about to get married?a track star? No matter what the outcome, this book is suspenseful to the end.

 

SN

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