Faith, Hope and Love

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Alcemi, 2010 - Fiction - 234 pages
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Alun Brady is a 30-year-old man, still living with his parents in Cardiff, Wales when his grandfather moves home to die. He brings fresh air into Al's cushy life and makes Al face a difficult decision. But after his death Al's world seems almost empty. Haunted by his brother's perfect new family, Al seeks in dangerous new friends what he needs from his lost kin. Drawn into Cardiff's underbelly, events take a turn towards the tragic as he discovers he cannot break free of his own blood ties. This is an authentic urban thriller with a strong colloquial voice, stepping between social classes to say important things about memory and identity.

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User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

Of all the different paths someone can take on the way to the end, this one had an ironic kick in the stomach. Beautifully written with a captivating now-and-then plot. When the two plots finally met, i was expecting some sort of realization, not the twist this one had! Read full review

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