Midge's pals are cool -- Bru's ginger; Skooshie's crazy; Hector's brave and Lemur, well, there's something weird about Lemur. He knows too much.
Like, he tells them a ghost story about two tragic deaths that happened over a hundred years ago. When did Lemur learn so much about the past?
T. Traynor brilliantly recreates the excitement of a boys-only summer in this original adventure set in the amazingly evoked Glasgow's Southside of the late 1970s.
Winner of the Kelpies Prize.
- Paperback | 192 pages
- 130 x 198 x 15.24mm | 220g
- 01 Jun 2013
- FLORIS BOOKS
- Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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05 Nov 2019
-- Armadillo Magazine
'[This book] is clearly no ordinary summer holiday adventure, and is certainly one that will keep you turning the pages as the story unfolds.'
'The author has created a superbly realized sense of place and we can almost be there, sharing their summer holiday. The characters are believable and the plot is fast flowing, with lots of banter and interaction between the young boys... This was the winner of the Kelpies Prize in 2012 and a well deserved recipient.'
-- The School Librarian
'... this story [is] compelling and Traynor has pulled this off ... Perfect for a confident reader who will stick with the boys right through to the dramatic conclusion.'
'The characters are likeable, the dialogue is natural, and the narrative is engrossing.'
-- Teen Titles
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