Fourteen-year-old Graham Sinclair was born with huge, strange hands. He was also born with a secret. The only time he ever told someone his secret, it got him into big trouble. So he won't be telling anyone ever again-or so he thinks. In this suspenseful and magical debut novel, Graham finds his life suddenly, thrillingly complicated-and his secret harder and harder to conceal.
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"Fourteen-year-old Graham Sinclair's large, unusual hands make him a target of unrelenting daily harassment. His mother insists the name-calling allows him a better life than he would have if the secret of his hands got out. With a heavy Yorkshire accent, Euan Morton relates this unusual story of a young man trying to see his talent as a gift, not a disability. Employing a forthright, unemotional tone for Graham's voice, he draws the listener into this surreal mystery. This is a complex story and when you factor in the regional accent, the listener needs to pay close attention. Just when you feel totally lost, Morton shines a little light on the goings-on. N.E.M. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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