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The Prodigals by Frank Burton

 

The Prodigals follows the lives of four troubled young men in Manchester – Brian, Howard, Declan and the novel’s anti-hero, Travis McGuiggan. It’s a book about friendship, religion, drinking, cruelty and love. It’s also a book about leaving home and returning.

Note: The Prodigals contains pervasive harsh language; also, some graphic sexual content and graphic violence.


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Listed: Jan 31, 2011

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By Chris Poirier, editor

Jan 31, 2011: The writing is reasonably good, but feels largely directionless. After two chapters, it still hasn’t hooked me, nor am I really sure what the story is about. Might play better for people who like rambling narratives.

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