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The Naseby Horses (Paperback)
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The Naseby Horses (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 24/08/2020
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Seventeen-year-old Simon's sister Charlotte is missing. The lonely Fenland village the family recently moved to from London is odd, silent, and mysterious. Simon is epileptic and his seizures are increasing in severity, but when he is told of the local curse of the Naseby Horses, he is convinced it has something to do with Charlotte's disappearance. Despite resistance from the villagers, the police, and his own family, Simon is determined to uncover the truth, and save his sister. Under the oppressive Fenland skies and in the heat of a relentless June, Simon's bond with Charlotte is fierce, all-consuming, and unbreakable; but can he find her? And does she even want to be found? Drawing on philosophy, science, and the natural world, The Naseby Horses is a moving exploration of the bond between a brother and his sister; of love; and of the meaning of life itself.

Publisher: Louise Walters Books
ISBN: 9781999630539


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"A riveting debut" S A Harris, author of Haverscoft; "A novel that blends the supernatural with the psychological in a way that is surprising, subtle, and unexpectedly satisfying" Ray Robinson, author of The Mating Habits of Stags; "A tonally assured debut with a powerful understanding of the contradictory emotional forces at play when someone close to you is lost... tense, intriguing, and absorbing" Peter Jinks, author of Hallam Foe

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“Unique, lyrical and ethereal”

The Naseby Horses is Dominic Brownlow's debut novel and judging by what I have read he has quite a career ahead of him. His writing style is lyrical, ethereal and just beautiful. Having said that, I'm not... More

Hardback edition
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TheCaffeinatedReader

“Epilepsy Representation”

What a fantastic and immersive experience I enjoyed while reading this book. I would like to just cheer the author for having an MC with epilepsy.

Simon knows that the reason they moved from London to this small... More

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“A Fenland mystery with a stunning sense of place, people and memory”

This is a book which attempts to define the undefinable. The connection between siblings. The aura which only some people can see. The way that the history of a place can seep into both the natural aspect of the... More

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