Margo Roth Spiegelman meets The Beatles part 2By 1 week later Margo and Pete were happy together and It had been Cynthia’s birthday and it was nearly Linda’s birthday. Margo and the girls had had an all-nighter with the boys while Julian stayed with Miss Cobain, whom he loved like an auntie so much that he called her Auntie Cassie. For a couple of hours John and Cynthia mucked about with Julian in Miss Cobain’s office while the others set up the all-nighters which was a surprise for both Cynthia and John.
When Cynthia and John entered they were incredibly surprised as Cynthia never thought the dorm room would look so good and John was surprised because he never thought the others could do something this well, then he remembered They had Margo on their side, which apparently was a huge advantage as last time they had tried to do this it had been a disaster.
The all-nighter was a success and they got the next day off School as they were incredibly tired and Miss Cobain felt that they had all welcomed Margo in so we
Margo Roth Spiegelman meets The Beatles`Chapter 1
She just wanted to fit in somewhere. Margo Roth Spiegelman was never to fit in. She was loved everywhere, but she never fitted in. She regretted leaving Quentin alone at that school, but she had to leave. After everything she did involving the paper town, Margo couldn’t stay there. So she moved to St Pifflewhiff’s School. The school was for children that were bullied, but when Margo explained her case to the Headmistress Mrs Cobain they let her Join. Margo had to explain about the whole Paper Town incident. The headmistress said that Margo had a legitimate cause to be inducted into The School.
When she arrived Margo was shown to her dorm. On the door there was a list of who lived in there. It said;
And Scribbled at the bottom in an untidy scrawl was Margo Roth Spiegelman. Margo had heard that these 4 were the nicest in the school. Margo thought that they wouldn’t be like her, but they were, none of them w
Dick TurpinHe was the one everyone talked about. I could tell as soon as I saw him coming down the country passage. Dick Turpin. You didn’t want to get on the wrong side of him. He’d shot a man dead before, But luckily, no Woman. I was still worried, I had a feeling that he was going to wreck my carriage, so I ordered that we stop, and that I rode the horse back to town, as it would be much faster. I started riding back to town, but I could hear him gaining in me, As he got faster and faster, I got more and more nervous. He obviously thought that I was a weak and feeble woman who would give up her belongings easily, but not me. In town I had been nicknamed Maid Marion, like the one from Robin Hood, because she was tough and a fighter. That was me. Not one to be meddled with. I was drawn out of these thoughts by a hand on my shoulder. I then remembered that we were in Epping Forest, Dick Turpin’s hunting ground. I shuddered in the cold evening air, and turned my head around slowl