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Bridge of Clay / by Markus Zusak.

Bridge of Clay / by Markus Zusak.
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Adult Fiction   Port Macquarie . Available .  
Adult Fiction   Port Macquarie . On Loan . 28 Aug 2020
Adult Fiction   Port Macquarie . Automatically Renewed . 29 Aug 2020
Adult Fiction   Kempsey . Available .  
Adult Fiction   South West Rocks . Available .  
Adult Fiction   Stuarts Point . Available .  
Adult Fiction   Laurieton . Available .  
Adult Fiction   Wauchope . Automatically Renewed . 24 Aug 2020
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Record Number 599437
ISBN 9781760559922 (paperback)
9781743534816 (hardback)
Author Zusak, Markus
Title Bridge of Clay / by Markus Zusak.
Publication details London : Picador, 2018.
Pagination etc. 583 pages ; 24 cm.
Summary Note Upon their father's return, the five Dunbar boys, who have raised themselves since their mother's death, begin to learn family secrets, including that of fourth brother Clay, who will build a bridge for complex reasons, including his own redemption. Let me tell you about our brother.The fourth Dunbar boy named Clay. Everything happened to him. We were all of us changed through him. The Dunbar boys bring each other up in a house run by their own rules. A family of ramshackle tragedy – their mother is dead, their father has fled – they love and fight, and learn to reckon with the adult world. It is Clay, the quiet one, who will build a bridge; for his family, for his past, for his sins. He builds a bridge to transcend humanness. To survive. A miracle and nothing less. Markus Zusak makes his long-awaited return with a profoundly heartfelt and inventive novel about a family held together by stories, and a young life caught in the current: a boy in search of greatness, as a cure for a painful past. Yes, always for us there was a brother, and he was the one - the one of us amongst five of us - who took all of it on his shoulder.
Subject General fiction
Australia fiction
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