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by Tom Bullough

Author: Tom Bullough
Subcategory: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: Sort of Books; Main edition (June 6, 2002)
Pages: 240 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.1
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Tom Bullough's Konstantin is a mesmerising novel about how the imagination can inspire the individual to greatness.

Tom Bullough's Konstantin is a mesmerising novel about how the imagination can inspire the individual to greatness. 1867, Ryazan, a Russian city in winter. an honourable successor to Bruce Chatwin's On the Black Hill, springing from the same ground.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The stark beauty of the Welsh countryside is given powerful life in this sweeping tale of one family from World War II to the present day.

In this fresh and exciting debut novel, Tom Bullough brilliantly combines the best rites-of-passage storytelling with the helter-skelter adroitness of a road movie.

In an attic in Southwest London, an acid factory has just been dismantled. In this fresh and exciting debut novel, Tom Bullough brilliantly combines the best rites-of-passage storytelling with the helter-skelter adroitness of a road movie.

World Wa. nd that's just the beginnin. n this remarkable debut, Tom Bullough brilliantly combines the best rites-of-passage storytelling with the helter-skelter adroitness of a road movie. Thriller & Crime. One fee. Stacks of books. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline. Bookmate – an app that makes you want to read.

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This is the book we have been waiting for from Tom Bullough, a complete work of art, astonishingly beautiful, deeply moving, and gripping from first to last. Horatio Clare, winner of the Somerset Maugham Award.

Tom Bullough’s story of one family’s struggle in a world of continuity and change is beautifully imagined and . An absolutely splendid book.

Tom Bullough’s story of one family’s struggle in a world of continuity and change is beautifully imagined and exquisitely told-passionate, lyrical, profound, sad, and sometimes, too, when you least expect it, very funny. Carys Davies, winner of the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award. Bullough roots the reader in the Welsh landscape, which like all inhabited landscapes is a place in flux-he wants us to make it our home, to get a sense of its light and shadow and textures. Of this place he’s made a world that is rich and absorbing.

In an attic in Southwest London, an acid factory has just been dismantled. Six students, among them the luminously sexy Belle, are speeding in a decommissioned ambulance towards a tiny cottage in the Welsh borders. Two homicidal drug dealers and one middle-aged police inspector are giving chase. Meanwhile, Belle's jilted lover Angus stares out of his cottage window at shadows sliding across the grassy hillside, listens to squirrels fidgeting in the eaves and turns his thoughts to a squadron of young Japanese pilots, setting out from a Kyushu airstrip in 1945 intent on restarting the Second World War. And that's just the beginning... In this fresh and exciting debut novel, Tom Bullough brilliantly combines the best rites-of-passage storytelling with the helter-skelter adroitness of a road movie.