The Fall by Anthony McGowan
  

The Fall

Written by Anthony McGowan

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Synopsis

The Fall by Anthony McGowan

Mog and his mates are bored. Their school's a dump - the type of place kids get expelled to. Their lives seem pointless. The most exciting thing they do is jump over the beck: the polluted stream at the back of the school. And it's there that two separate events occur which will change Mog's life forever...

Reviews

'McGowan is a wonderful writer' The Guardian

'One of the most talented writers around' The Times

About the Author

Anthony McGowan

Born in Manchester, Anthony McGowan went to school in Leeds. He has worked as a nightclub bouncer, civil servant, and Open University tutor in philosophy. He published
his first novel for teenagers, Hellbent, in 2005. It was described by The Times as ‘a brilliantly nauseating thriller’.

His other books for teenagers include Henry Tumour and The Knife that Killed Me, the film of which was released in 2013.

He lives in London

Q & A video: Anthony answers questions about his book, Willard Price: Leopard Adventure.

Photo credit Jerry Bauer

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
57 pages

Author

Anthony McGowan
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Author's Website

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Publisher

Barrington Stoke Ltd

Publication date

21st May 2011

ISBN

9781842994863

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