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The Daydreamer [Paperback]

Ian McEwan
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Review

"Exhilarating - brilliant" (Independent)

"A classic" (Financial Times)

"Clear and vivid prose...read these aloud to your children and be unsettled by them" (Evening Standard)

Book Description

The Daydreamer takes the reader out of reality and into the dream world of 10 year old Peter Fortune

From the Publisher

The Daydreamer takes the reader out of reality and into the dream world of 10 year old Peter Fortune

From the Back Cover

By Booker Prize-Winner Ian McEwan

'Looking down through the fur, and parting it with the tips of his fingers, he saw that he had opened up a small slit in the cat's skin. It was as if he were holding the handle of a zip. Again he pulled, and now there was a dark opening two inches long. William Cat's purr was coming from in there. Perhaps, Peter thoughtm, I'll see his heart beating. A paw was gently pushing against his fingers again. William Cat wanted him to go on.'

Step into the extraordinary world of ten-year-old Peter Fortune in Ian McEwan's first book for children.

'A brilliant book . . . wonderful' TES

'A classic' Financial Times

'Exhilarating . . . brilliant' The Independent

--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

About the Author

Ian McEwan has written two collections of stories, as well as many novels and screenplays. He won the 1998 Booker Prize for Amsterdam, and was shortlisted for the 2001 Booker Prize for Atonement.
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