The Swap - Antony Moore Reviews
Description:ISBN 184655070X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Antony Moore / Hardcover / 336 Pages / Book is published 2007-07-05 by Harvill Secker
Newest Review: ... a considerable amount. Barely a day goes by when Harvey doesn't think about what could have been, the other life that was ... more
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by - written on 03/12/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Harvey Briscow is the most unlikely of heroes. A comic book shop owner who never really grew up and who is still living in the tiny flat he took as a temporary measure 15 years ago, you rather get the impression that life is passing him by somehow. Still, it's an alright sort of existence for someone who loves a fantasy world so much, upset only occasionally by the postman bringing unpleasant bills or, worse, a cheerful invitation to a school reunion. Harvey often thinks about the past, in particular about a rather ill advised swap he made with a classmate more than 20 years ago. Unbeknown to him then, the item he swapped was going to become rather a rare ... Read the complete review
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