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Little Big Man

Narrated by: Charlie Sanderson, Guy Mott
Length: 11 hrs and 11 mins
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Summary

Ten-year-old Zac has never met his dad, who allegedly did a runner before he was born. But when his mum lets slip that he's the only man she's ever loved, Zac turns detective and, roping in his best friend, hatches a plan to find his father and give his mum the happy ever after she deserves. What he doesn't realise, though, is that sometimes people have good reasons for disappearing....

©2018 Katy Regan (P)2018 W.F. Howes Ltd

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I absolutely loved this book, it was narrated from the main characters, Zac 10,juliette his mom& Mick the grandad,the narrators were brilliant and really make the book come to life.The character Zac was well written & his friendship with tegan was lovely& funny.
a well written book,which was enjoyable through Audio and will definitely be looking for more from this author.

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one of the most enjoyable books I've ever read. I was so sorry when it ended.

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Sensitive, Touching and Funny

I totally loved this. I've read all of Katy Regan's books and this is my favourite. She tackles some pretty big topics (sorry no spoilers here)....and does so with sensitivity and a real understanding of the issues.
I loved hearing the northern accents of the narrators - it really added to the book and made me enjoy it all the more.
Pick this book if you want a 'real page turner', where you will for sure adore the characters, laugh out loud and no doubt cry in several places. A must read/listen. Utterly brilliant.