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Run Away Home (The Marlows #10)

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Nicola Murray and her family decide to help a young boy return to his Swiss father, against his English mother's will, concocting a plan that leads them all into dangerous and anxious moments.
Hardcover, 221 pages
Published January 1st 1982 by Faber & Faber
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Mar 21, 2014 Deborah rated it it was amazing
I remember my excitement when this arrived in the library - up to this point I'd just had the first three school stories, and Falconer's Lure, so it was a big event. It turned out that this is a very dangerous book, because once you pick it up you cannot put it down. Even if I just pick it up to remind myself of the exact words of a particular phrase, or to re-read one particular scene, I end up sucked in and spending an hour or so perched uncomfortably on the bottom stair by the bookshelves, or ...more
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What's interesting about this is the same thing that annoyed me; it's centred around the Marlows embarking on an adventure that I thought deeply stupid, from not only a safety angle but a moral one. Rather like in A Ready-Made Family, I appreciated the acknowledgement of that three-dimensional layer of problem, but at the same time wantedt examined a little further. The Marlows realise, or at least some of them do, that their actions can have large consequences, but then we turn to the business ...more
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Antonia Forest was the pen name of Patricia Giulia Caulfield Kate Rubinstein. She was born in North London, the child of Russian-Jewish and Irish parents. She studied at South Hampstead High School and University College, London, and worked as a government clerk and a librarian. Best known for her series of novels about the Marlow family, she published her first book, Autumn Term, in 1948.
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