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Conkers - The Truth of Things: (Omnibus edition)

Paperback

The stories of Nicky and Kenny, the brothers of McGowan’s Brock, Pike and Rook, stunningly packaged in a new mainstream trade edition to reach a wider audience.

"All of the bad things that were in my mind – the bad memories, the regrets, the pain – they all got blown away by the wind and by Kenny’s laughter."

Life is pretty tough for Nicky and Kenny. Their mum is gone and their dad has had his troubles. Money is tight and people can be cruel about Kenny’s learning difficulties. But through it all, the brothers stick together, sharing adventures and their love of the natural world, while finding humour in the most difficult of circumstances.

A stunning collected edition of Anthony McGowan's critically acclaimed novellas Brock, Pike and Rook.

RRP: £9.99 Out of stock

ISBN

978-1-78112-846-6

Publication Date

02-01-2019

Format

Paperback

Pages

320 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

The stories of Nicky and Kenny, the brothers of McGowan’s Brock, Pike and Rook, stunningly packaged in a new mainstream trade edition to reach a wider audience.

"All of the bad things that were in my mind – the bad memories, the regrets, the pain – they all got blown away by the wind and by Kenny’s laughter."

Life is pretty tough for Nicky and Kenny. Their mum is gone and their dad has had his troubles. Money is tight and people can be cruel about Kenny’s learning difficulties. But through it all, the brothers stick together, sharing adventures and their love of the natural world, while finding humour in the most difficult of circumstances.

A stunning collected edition of Anthony McGowan's critically acclaimed novellas Brock, Pike and Rook.

Author

Anthony McGowan, Cover design by Nick Hayes

Anthony McGowan is the author of many critically acclaimed YA novels including Hellbent, Henry Tumour and The Knife that Killed Me. His Barrington Stoke titles include the Carnegie Medal shortlisted Rook and the 2020 Carnegie Medal winner Lark which the judges described as "a standalone masterpiece".