Boys of Blood and Bone

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Penguin Group Australia, Jun 2, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 290 pages
21 Reviews
Andy Lansell, killed in the First World War in 1918, lies in a small cemetery in the north of France.

Henry Lyon, in a borrowed Volvo station wagon, is driving up to the south coast of New South Wales.

The paths of their lives are about to cross.

From this award-winning and best-selling author comes a story of two young men. As Andy and his mates head inexorably towards the bloody, torturous Western Front, Henry and his mates face challenges, dangerous situations and tragedies of their own.

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User Review  - Nhat-minh - Goodreads

The book of David Metzenthen “Boys of Blood and Bones” is composed as two interlaying stories: one set in the present time and one placed in the World War I. For starters, if you put each story as a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Emily - Goodreads

2 stars. I initially intended to give this novel 1 star, simply for the lack of character development and anything exciting. It saddened me that the book took 200 pages before it started getting ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

David Metzenthen's novels have been universally acclaimed & many have won awards. David's most recent book, Wildlight, has just been published.