Dan Roberts: Dan is the main character in Shadows On The Wall . He is
constantly seeing and feeling some very strange things on his vacation . Every
morning he takes a jog very early around Micklegate Bar . He also makes a
new friend on his journey to York , England . Dan is 15 years old .
Joe Stanton: Joe is a cab driver . He and Dan become really good friends . Joe
is an old but wise man in many ways . He also takes Dan to see all the sites in
York and drives all the people around , but mostly the people staying at the
Ambrose Faw: He was the leader in the Faw family . He and Joe are also very
good friends and they have known each other for almost the whole lives .
Rose: Rose was married to Ambrose and had four kids . She is also a psychic
like her mother . She is a very kind person .
Nat: Nat was Ambrose’s son . He wants to leave the gypsy clan and have
adventures when he grows up . He and Dan become good friends and Nat
shows Dan around their camp . Nat also keeps bothering Dan because he
wants to trade for Dan’s belt , but Dan said no because it is the only belt he
brought with him . In the end they end up trading anyway .
Jasper: He is Ambrose’s oldest son . He is also a mute , but he could talk when
he was younger . One day he came running out of the woods scared and never
talked again . Dan sometimes hears him singing in the woods . When he told
Joe he said it was more like a chant . Dan has also seen Jasper turn into a type
of monster with lime-green hair . Jasper is always staring at Dan .
Orlenda: Orlenda is Nat’s older sister , she is often looking at Dan . Her
grandmother thinks that she is going to run away with a gorgio . The
grandmother considers Dan a gorgio . She barely talks to him but they are
always near each other .
Granny: the granny is Rose’s mother and she can tell the future . She believes
that everyone of the gypsies have a special power . She also knew exactly
when she was going to die and she was right .
Rachel: Rachel is the youngest of Rose’s children and doesn’t do much in the
book but help around with the little things .
Mr. Roberts: He is Dan’s dad . All through the book he is acting very
strangely on the entire trip
Mrs. Roberts: She is Dan’s mom , she is also acting very strangely and her and
her husband are kee...
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he turned Joe .They were both dripping with sweat and they sat there and
talked until sunrise . In the moring the other gypsy clan came and they
finished the funeral and burned the granny’s things . After Dan and Joe ate
they left because Joe knew that they wanted to be alone . On the way home
Dan told Joe about how he saw Ambrose in the tower and that he was getting
soil . Then Joe told Dan that the old woman wasn’t born in the
gardens(Museum Gardens).Before Dan had left the camp he traded his belt
with Nat for an old Romany coin . That was the last day Dan was in York .
When he got back to the hotel he took a shower then went to sleep . When his
Parents got back They all packed and left . That night Ambrose went to the
hotel and asked for Dan but Mrs. Harrison told him that they left . After
Ambrose left the hotel he went to the stream and threw Dan’s belt in the
deepest part of the water . That is how the book ends .
VII. This was a really good book . There were some boring parts , but most of
it was good . There were some really good parts in this book , and there were
alot of adventurous parts . I think the ending is very confusing .
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