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Marching on Together Paperback – 23 Feb 2017
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'I very much enjoyed Marching on Together and was happily carried along by the wonderfully realised characters' --Louis de Bernières, bestselling author of Captain Corelli's Mandolin and Blue Dog
About the Author
PJ Whiteley, who writes non-fiction as Philip Whiteley, is an experienced author, principally about management. He has written extensively about how low wages are bad for business, as part of a bid to try to convince economists that society consists of people. PJ Whiteley's boyhood ambition was to represent Yorkshire Cricket Club. He gave up playing as an amateur a few years ago when facing the quicker bowlers became a bit too tricky, but still plays five-a-side football. He works from home full time as an author and is married to a sex therapist, so things could have turned out worse.
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They all are moved and changed by their visit and we are left wanting to have further knowledge of their present,past and futures I do hope the Author continues their tales.
A read you will return too again and again
I also enjoyed the very subtle use of the themes of forgiveness and redemption which wound themselves through the unfolding story .
For any Leeds United fan --this is surely essential reading ! For the rest of humanity , a compelling read and a window into true Yorkshire passion and strength .
I was not disappointed. Hugely enjoyable novel centered around 6 intertwined Leeds United supporters on a brief holiday to Belgium. Central themes are belonging, relationships, moving on, and the ups and downs of being a Leeds fan.
You don't have to be a football fan to enjoy this book however, as the author has cleverly intertwined the football references to give the mixed characters a common background and interest, not to serve as the focal point of the story.