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Crystal Rooms

Crystal Rooms

Young Harry, an orphan from an impoverished council estate, becomes the link between starkly contrasting worlds: north and south, the deprived and the over-privileged, the powerful and the defenceless. With this compelling story of blackmail, media politics, corrupted innocence and redemptive love, Melvyn Bragg delivers an unforgettable portrait of modern life.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 3rd June 1993

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9780340579763

Reviews

Melvyn Bragg writes with a lyrical nostalgia which is as important to the novel as his energy
Penelope Fitzgerald, <i>Evening Standard</i>
As a guide to media London, the novel is essential reading
T.J. Binyon, <i>Times Literary Supplement</i>
Bragg has scarcely ever written better...A state of England message transfused by fiction
Tom Adair, <i>Scotland on Sunday</i>
A splendid Dickensian sweep of a book
<i>Observer</i>
A decent and intelligent novel, one which can be read, and will be read, with a great deal of pleasure
Allan Massie, <i>Scotsman</i>
The very good Bragg has forced a complex contemporary plot to work magic
David Hughes, <i>Mail on Sunday</i>