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Arthur Pengriffin’s a normal kid with normal problems – crushes, bullies, zits, a restless mother who’s on another planet. When his band rips the school concert on the eve of his 14th birthday and a record producer wants to sign him, it’s happy days. Until his mum Egrainne announces they’re leaving the Welsh town of Celidon to which they’ve only just moved.

Art finds out hi
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Paperback, 336 pages
Published November 8th 2012 by Lupus Publishing (first published February 11th 2012)
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Gavin Molloy
Nov 05, 2013 Gavin Molloy rated it it was amazing
Great read, cracks along at a great pace and reaches a terrific finale. Looking forward to the next one and TV should be snapping it up!
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Sep 26, 2013 Debbie Young rated it really liked it
Receiving free review copies of books often takes me out of my reading comfort zone, and this book was a prime example. I'm hardly its usual target, being grown-up and female, and I've never read a line of Harry Potter. As the cover didn't particularly appeal to me, I'm embarrassed to say this book sat on my to-read pile for a while before I opened the first page. But once I'd made a start, I was gripped, very much more than I'd expected to be, and I was eager to find out how the likable hero ...more
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Jun 07, 2012 Sarah rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Art Pengriffin is the first in what will become a series of novels. The story is a modern twist on the legends of Arthur and Merlin.

Art is (unbeknownst to him) the son of Merlin. He and his mother live in a sleepy Welsh village and Art is new to the local school. He is bullied and his unusual name is the butt of many jokes. Just as things start to look up for Art, his mum announces they’re moving again. But what is she running away from?

This book is brilliant – having recently returned to review
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Norman Revill was born in Liverpool and educated at Quarry Bank school (John Lennon's alma mater) and Liverpool College of Commerce. He played guitar in bands and lived in Zimbabwe before moving to London, where he worked in advertising. He is married and still lives in London. His work includes:

DEAD BEAT IN DAKOTA, a play about John Lennon in New York in the late '70s struggling to find his lost
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