Micka"

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Micka tells of the bleak story of two young boys, Micka and Laurie, who are both dealing with extremely difficult family circumstances. Just ten years old, Micka has no model for life: his violent, older brother Lee is in and out of prison, his illiterate mother cant stop drinking, and he has barely enough food and clothes to keep him going. Lauries parents have split up Micka tells of the bleak story of two young boys, Micka and Laurie, who are both dealing with extremely difficult family circumstances. Just ten years old, Micka has no model for life: his violent, older brother Lee is in and out of prison, his illiterate mother cant stop drinking, and he has barely enough food and clothes to keep him going. Lauries parents have split up, and while hes from a more comfortable background, the 11-year-old has absorbed few positive life lessons - his mother is unpredictable, verging on disturbed. His burgeoning friendship with Micka is fast bringing out the worst in both boys.Kay Frances is a playwright, script editor, and childrens author. Despite being written from the alternating point of view of two boys, the novel is very much an adult read.

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Micka tells of the bleak story of two young boys, Micka and Laurie, who are both dealing with extremely difficult family circumstances. Just ten years old, Micka has no model for life: his violent, older brother Lee is in and out of prison, his illiterate mother cant stop drinking, and he has barely enough food and clothes to keep him going. Lauries parents have split up Micka tells of the bleak story of two young boys, Micka and Laurie, who are both dealing with extremely difficult family circumstances. Just ten years old, Micka has no model for life: his violent, older brother Lee is in and out of prison, his illiterate mother cant stop drinking, and he has barely enough food and clothes to keep him going. Lauries parents have split up, and while hes from a more comfortable background, the 11-year-old has absorbed few positive life lessons - his mother is unpredictable, verging on disturbed. His burgeoning friendship with Micka is fast bringing out the worst in both boys.Kay Frances is a playwright, script editor, and childrens author. Despite being written from the alternating point of view of two boys, the novel is very much an adult read.
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Title Micka Height 197 mm
Frances Kay , Frances Kay Width 132 mm
ISBN-13 9780330513821 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0330513826 Spine Width 18.03 mm
Publisher Pan MacMillan Pages 240
Edition Availability Out Of Stock

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