Bush Falls - Jonathan Tropper Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099461234 / Author: Jonathan Tropper / Genre: Fiction
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by - written on 19/02/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Imagine you had written a book about your home town. In it you criticise and slag off everything and everyone. You embellish the truth and tarnish reputations. It then becomes a world wide movie hit with big actors in the lead role and you make a mint living peacefully in your new batchelor pad a safe distance away. This is Joe's life so far, and then he gets a call that his father is very sick and he must go home................ As if going home isn't hard enough this novel cranks it up a notch. The charcaters are recognisable as small town people who are blissfully unaware of the outside world unless it comes knocking and within moments of return Joe is ... Read the complete review
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