The Children Of Dynmouth- William Trevor Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141041935 / Genre: Fiction / Author: William Trevor / Edition: Re-issue / Paperback / 208 Pages / Book is published 2010-04-01 by ... more
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William Trevor The Children of Dynmouth
Pages: 221, Edition: 1st Edition, Hardcover, Viking Pr
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by - written on 04/09/11 (Very useful, 133 readings)
The village of Dynmouth sits on the coast of England, it seems like a sleepy little town which is an ideal place to bring up a family or spend your retirement. Fifteen year old Timothy Gedge spends his free time aimlessly wandering around the town and takes a keen interest in what the villagers get up to. When he plans to put on an act at the summer fete he needs some help to get together props and materials so turns to the community for help. When his requests for help fall on deaf ears he works out that the only way to get what he wants is to resort to blackmail. It seems that the good people of Dynmouth have some skeletons in the closet but will Timothy reveal all or . Read the complete review
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