The Boy Under the Table
By Nicole Trope | PaperbackVariations of this book were found.Click here to view them all >
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|Dimensions||235mm x 154mm|
|Publisher||Allen & Unwin|
|Release Date||1 Jun 2012|
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Set in the seediest back alleys of Kingís Cross, this is the story of a young woman new to the Cross trying to make a living on the streets. One night, she breaks all her rules and goes home with a customer only to find a situation that will change her life forever. Across the country, on a remote farm, Doug and Sarah are grieving for their lost boy. It was every parentís nightmare when their son went missing at the Easter Show and they are struggling to survive as a family. Pete is the local policeman who feels powerless that he and his colleagues have been unable to find little Lockie and heís trying desperately to keep Doug and Sarah together. Told from alternating viewpoints this is a powerful story of love and survival and although the ending was extremely unlikely, I donít care. Just once, we need to believe in happy endings.
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I loved this book, from start to finish, couldn't put it down. And a nice ending as well. Just loved it.
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