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Bad Influence | [William Sutcliffe]

Bad Influence

Ben and Olly are 10. For as long as they can remember they have been best friends and close neighbours in a quiet North London suburb. Then Carl moves into their street. Carl is bad. Carl is very bad. His games are rough, dangerous, and strangely exciting. But soon Ben begins to wonder where their new friend is leading them. In a heartfelt and ultimately shocking story, Sutcliffe reveals how childhood friendships can be as consuming and intense as any love affair.
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Ben and Olly are 10. For as long as they can remember, they have been best friends and close neighbours in a quiet North London suburb. Then Carl moves into their street. Carl is bad. Carl is very bad. His games are rough, dangerous, and strangely exciting. But soon Ben begins to wonder where their new friend is leading them. In a heartfelt and ultimately shocking story, Sutcliffe reveals how childhood friendships can be as consuming and intense as any love affair, and how, when jilted, children are capable of taking the most extraordinary steps.

©2004 William Sutcliffe; (P)2007 RNIB

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