Engelby - Sebastian Faulks Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099458276 / Genre: Fiction /Author: Sebastian Faulks
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Sebastian Faulks Engleby
352pages. 19x12x3cm. Broché.
Last Update 07.12.2013 14:41
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by - written on 16/11/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Mike Engleby is a bright boy from a working class background; so bright that he wins a scholarship to a prestigious boarding school and then gains a place at Cambridge University. Although he is a brilliant scholar, he also has a darker side. He steals seemingly for the sake of it and dabbles in drugs yet he manages to go on and forge a successful career. The one bright spot in Engleby's Cambridge life is his friendship with Jen, a popular middle class girl. Jen goes missing without a trace one day despite extensive appeals for her to get in contact and a huge police investigation. Her disappearance causes huge waves in the lives of all those who knew her as ... Read the complete review
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