The Godless Boys - Naomi Wood Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330530127 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Naomi Wood / 320 pages / Book published 2011-04-01 by Picador
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by - written on 20/04/11 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Set in an alternative history where England is ruled by the Church and the secularist community has been banished to a solitary island, Naomi Wood's debut novel,"The Godless Boys", is a story about a dramatic week on the island. Nathaniel, the son of an original member of the secular movement, leads a gang of teenage boys, the Malades, who are determined to protect the island from any religious influence. This means intimidating potential "gots" and prowling the streets at night. Eliza Michalka lives a sorry existence on the island - a part-time prostitute and a part-time undertaker who drops corpses into the surrounding ocean - she pines after her ... Read the complete review
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