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- Print Length: 332 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B074P5TNTJ
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- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
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27 September 2017
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
A really enjoyable read for non-cyclists as well as cyclists who will not be sticklers for how the cycling world is - remember many racing cyclists do not have a clue how the sport is governed and this applies to the wonderful characters in the book. This author has the potential for success.
30 July 2018
Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase
A warm, humane, affectionate, finely-observed tale of a teenage boy, his family, friends and Lancastrian community, set in the sixties against the chill backdrop of the Cold War and Cuban Missile Crisis.
10 March 2019
I usually go for historical murder stories, but I thought I'd give it a try. Actually its interesting in that history of this part of the world tends to not get mentioned much. So its quite interesting to see things from a boy's point of view in that there are all the undercurrents of what is going on and what people are not saying. This was always the way in the past, not so much now of course with media etc. But just shows how the personal stories and activities can be far more important at the time, its only later the international events are important.
3 October 2017
A thoughtful, engaging insight into the world of a 15 year old boy and his cycling ambition. I couldn't put it down as I was introduced to a wonderful array of characters. Such a unique read. Clever and quirky. Look forward to reading more from this author. Bravo x maggie Melville x
6 March 2018
Format: Kindle Edition
I thoroughly enjoyed Samantha's book. I loved the characters, especially Brenda and Brian Towers. I also now have an insight into cycling clubs. Looking forward to reading more of Samantha's stories.