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Sydney Bridge Upside Down : Text Classics - David Ballantyne

Sydney Bridge Upside Down

Text Classics

By: David Ballantyne, Kate De Goldi (Introduction by)


Published: 26th April 2012
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A great, untamed story about childhood, a summer holiday and a sinister tragedy that looms over everything.

Introduction by Kate De Goldi.

The terrible happenings take place at the abandoned meatworks in Calliope Bay, a forbidden and dangerous place, where the cries of animals being slaughtered can be heard in the wind. It's a place where Harry Baird finds himself drawn, a place where accidents happen. A place where people die.

About the Authors

David Ballantyne is one of New Zealand's greatest writers, was born in Auckland in 1924. His first novel, The Cunninghams, was published to critical acclaim, in both the US and New Zealand, when he was twenty-three. His masterpiece Sydney Bridge Upside Down was published in 1968. He was beginning to struggle with alcoholism but continued to write, and was to produce seven books in all.

Kate De Goldi was born in Christchurch. She is a regular radio and television book reviewer in New Zealand. Her books for young adults are published internationally to great acclaim.

ISBN: 9781921961007
ISBN-10: 1921961007
Format: ePUB
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 26th April 2012
Publisher: Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic