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It was, Nox felt, a dangerous moment. 'I am off rugger at present. I broke a rib.' '
Why did you do that ? You cannot expect just to break a rib and then be excused
your games. This looks like slyness to me.' 'I broke it playing rugger. I fell on the ...
Nox said nothing, and was carried away for a moment or two in an examination of
Mr Dowse's mouth. He had never seen so slight a mouth on a human face before.
'Well, well ?' snapped Mr Dowse. 'Well, sir ' 'Nox, it strikes me you do not ...
Then there was Nox himself. Nox was behaving very oddly. Nox, as Swingler saw
it, was up to little good, however you looked at it. Could it be that Jaraby had
something on Nox and that Nox wanted something on Jaraby to balance it?
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - markfinl - LibraryThing
This was, I believe, Trevor's first novel and it shows. It's the story of the alumni association of a boy's school and the petty mean-spirited ways in which these men act, even years after leaving ... Read full review
THE OLD BOYSUser Review - Kirkus
Whether it is significant or not, or perhaps a portent, this is the third time that a young writer has tested his talent with a difficult theme, old age, in a manner which is a partial tour de force ... Read full review