Review: THE CONJURER’S BOY by Michael Raleigh

ww1ha recently read and reviewed The Conjurer’s Boy by Michael Raleigh for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012. Here’s an excerpt:

…a 14-year-old being chased by bullies who ducks into a bookstore and finds a new life. The man who runs the store, and seems to buy more books from odd strangers than he does selling them, has some healing powers.

When you review a book with supernatural components, you don’t want to give away too much, so I’ll just say: Everything goes back to the Somme.

Read the full review.

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