Borrowed Light - Joolz Denby Reviews
Description:ISBN 1852429054 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Joolz Denby / Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published 2006-02-14 by Serpent's Tail
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Pages: 336, Paperback, Serpent's Tail
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by - written on 10/12/08 (Very useful, 115 readings)
The first book I read by Joolz Denby was "Billie Morgan," a vivid tale of an outlaw biker gang. I loved this book immensely mainly because Joolz has such an amazing ability to craft down to earth yet vivid prose. I enjoyed it so much that I went on to read "Borrowed Light" and found I enjoyed it just as much. The story is told in first person by Astra, who lives in the village of Polwenna in Cornwall with her parents and three younger siblings. The family are originally from Bradford, and Astra feels herself to be Bradford through and through, however they moved to Polwenna when Astra was young as her ageing hippie parents want to live a ... Read the complete review
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