The Bonny Dawn

The Bonny Dawn

Book - 1996
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For seventeen-year-old Brid Stevens the day began at four o'clock on a summer morning, when her alarm clock roused her from a dream-filled sleep.  She had an appointment to keep with Joe Lloyd, whom she had met at the weekly dance.  On the cliff-top at Stockwell Hill, overlooking the sea, they were to watch the sun come up.  What was to occur after that was to bring a day of such promise to a tragic end. The events of this powerful novel, set on the Northumbrian coast in the 1960's take place over one day, a period during which everyone involved discovers that the consequences of an innocent meeting between two young people are far more significant than the event itself.  The Bonny Dawn is a remarkable tour de force by Britain's most popular novelist.
Publisher: London ; Toronto : Bantam Press, 1996
ISBN: 9780593040928
0593040929
Branch Call Number: FIC Cooks 3558ad 1
Characteristics: 189 p

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