Men from the Boys - Tony Parsons Reviews
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Tony Parsons Men from the Boys
The final episode in the trilogy that began with the million - co ...
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by - written on 03/08/12 (Very useful, 28 readings)
This is a review of the 2011 book "Men from the boys" by Tony Parsons. It is actually the third book in a trilogy and I had just read the second book when I realised this was sitting on the 'to be read' shelf of the book case. It must have been a charity shop purchase I think because I can't remember buying or swapping it. I decided to read it straight away whilst book two was still fairly fresh in my mind. Story The book follows Harry Silver who is knocking 40 years old. He has an ex-wife (Gina) and their son Pat, a current wife Cyd and her daughter Peggy and Harry and Cyd have a daughter together called Joni. An old man called Ken enters ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/11 (Very useful, 151 readings)
'Men from the Boys' is actually the third part of a trilogy and is authored by Tony Parsons. But the funny thing is that I didn't realise it was part of a trilogy right until after I'd finished reading it! I guess this shows that it is a stand-alone book, but now that I've finished it, I am quite keen to read parts one and two! The first two parts are called 'Man and Boy' and 'Man and Wife' respectively. 'Men from the Boys' centres around a male character called Harry Silver and is a touching story about Harry's seemingly perfect life. Except his life isn't that perfect. It begins to fall apart as he loses his highly paid job, his ex-wife comes back into town, ... Read the complete review
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