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Sydney Bridge Upside Down by David Ballantyne (2013, Paperback)

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A great, untamed story about childhood, a summer holiday and a sinister tragedy that looms over everything. The terrible happenings take place at the abandoned meatworks in Calliope Bay, a forbidden and dangerous place, where the cries of animals being slaughtered can be heard in the wind. Sydney Bridge Upside Down is the great unread New Zealand novel--a gothic thriller, a coming-of-age story and a sinister family tragedy. Reviews 'What begins as the story of an ordinary country boy quickly turns strange and unpredictable indeed Not until last year when l was urged to read it again did l fully understand what a masterpiece Ballantyne had pulled off.

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David Ballantyne , one of New Zealand's greatest writers, was born in Auckland in Ballantyne left school at fifteen after his father died, and soon started to work as a journalist in Auckland. He was something of a prodigy. His first novel, The Cunninghams , was published to critical acclaim, in both the US and New Zealand, when he was twenty-three. He married his wife Vivienne in , and they had one son. By Ballantyne and his family had decamped to London where he worked in journalism in London.

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He wrote stories, television plays and a novel, The Last Pioneer , published in