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Mud Lane: A Fictional Memoir

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In 1960's rural England, the traditional celebration of Guy Fawkes night is approaching and rival groups of children compete to take part. Before long, their comedic exploits get out of hand immersing them in a web of lies, greed and blackmail. Excellent Story telling and a keen eye for detail bring a colorful cast of characters to life in this thoroughly entertaining yarn ...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published November 17th 2011 by Createspace
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Marion Marchetto
Aug 14, 2013 Marion Marchetto rated it really liked it
If you revel in the exploits of juveniles then this book is for you. Set in England in the 1970s it is the day-to-day memories of a boy and his gang (term used affectionately) as they navigate the perils of growing up. The narrator is Steve, a 12 or 13 year-old boy who lives in the shadow of his older brother. With his friends, Steve gets into all kinds of situations - both at home and at school.

The characters of the boys are finely drawn and seem to come alive on the pages. The plot of the book
George marked it as to-read
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