Jan 16, 2022
Anthem
Posted by Tim Binding

↠ Anthem ↠ Tim Binding, Anthem, Tim Binding, Anthem In in London s last great fog a small boy Henry Armstrong is separated from his mother Thirty years later as a bandsman in the Royal Marines and bound for the Falklands he still has not found her Meanwhile the life of Henry s childhood friend shoe salesman Richard Roach is in crisis He is missing all of his targets his feckless and impotent teenage son deIn in London s l ↠ Anthem ↠ Tim Binding - Anthem, Anthem In in London s last great fog a small boy Henry Armstrong is separated from his mother Thirty years later as a bandsman in the Royal Marines and bound for the Falklands he still has not fou

  • Title: Anthem
  • Author: Tim Binding
  • ISBN: 9780330427586
  • Page: 132
  • Format: None
↠ Anthem ↠ Tim Binding, Anthem, Tim Binding, Anthem In in London s last great fog a small boy Henry Armstrong is separated from his mother Thirty years later as a bandsman in the Royal Marines and bound for the Falklands he still has not found her Meanwhile the life of Henry s childhood friend shoe salesman Richard Roach is in crisis He is missing all of his targets his feckless and impotent teenage son deIn in London s l

↠ Anthem ↠ Tim Binding - Anthem, Anthem In in London s last great fog a small boy Henry Armstrong is separated from his mother Thirty years later as a bandsman in the Royal Marines and bound for the Falklands he still has not fou

Jayne Charles

It was interesting to read a book set during the Falklands War, an event I remember, but as a teenager at the time, only in a superficial way In this novel, the author puts us right aboard the HMS Canberra as it heads for the conflict zone It s not a book totally about war rather, the events are used as a catalyst to change the lives of some of the residents of a North London street I liked the way the book started out by setting up some really compelling situations to hook the reader I also lik [...]


Nigel

This should be a four star book, a good story told by a good writer, but all those scene setting segues and time traveling traipses are just plain confusing to the plot One minute you re sailing on the crest of an emotional wave and the next you re flicking back a page to see which time zone you re in or even which character he s referring to.A couple of minor points to end on, first, too many typo s and second, he should know the difference between a Union Jack and a Union flag, bah.


Judith Yeabsley

It needed a discerning editor to cut out the swathes of digression I could skim a paragraph every two pages There were some highlights and I got really engaged in the last chapter but aside from that a bit too slow Having so many characters made me have to keep reminding myself who was who although towards the end all seemed to have their place in the book Would not be rushing to read another of his books


Gill

Tim Binding uses the 1982 Falklands War as the backdrop in this engrossing novel that runs from daily suburban drama to the tension of the South Atlantic Ocean.The entwined lives of the characters intrigue and overlap to an unexpected denouement.


Sonja Trbojevic

Tim Binding is such an accessible writer, and this story of ordinary people and the Faulklands War, is an exploration of the intertwined lives of 4 families on Anglefield Road A story of coincidences, war, death, familial love and loss A great read


Lisa

A fabulous book Everything this man writes is.



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