Lucius minicius rides again

Colección Novela
Un libro de Bev Allan

Barcelona, September 1992. The Olympic Games are over, summer’s coming to an end and thirteenyear- old Gúdrun is not too enthusiastic about going back to school and routine. But when her long-lost German father turns up out of the blue and the Paralympic Games get underway, Gúdrun’s mundane life takes an unexpected turn. On a twelve-day emotional rollercoaster she discovers not only some hidden truths about herself and her parents but also the vibrant, awe-inspiring world of the Paralympics and learns that just about anything is possible. Because, how would you ever imagine that a man with no arms could play table tennis? Young adult realist novel about personal growth, acceptance and human relationships.

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Biografía:

Bev Allan was born in Lincolnshire, UK, in 1954. She studied French and Spanish at Nottingham University and then moved to Barcelona. She works as a teacher, translator and occasional book reviewer and spends her free time writing. She has an adult daughter and son and lives in a town near Barcelona with her husband, two
cats, an overgrown garden and a houseful of books. Lucius Minicius Rides Again is her first published work.



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