‘Everyone that he meets thinks they know him because they have read the books.’
Being famous, that’s the dream, right? In Alan McClure’s latest novel for teenagers, he writes of young Jack, who is famous, and his life isn’t exactly a dream come true. Still, there’s always the imagination . . . Below, Alan McClure reads from Jack’s Well, an excellent tale for an autumnal evening.
By Alan McClure
Published by Beaten Track Publishing
Jack’s Well by Alan McClure is published by Beaten Track Publishing, priced £8.99..
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