Following on from Arthur’s first novel, Far, Far the Mountain Peak, this next novel follows John Denby into adolescence. As he begins to explore his sexuality, he begins to realise that he is not attracted to females.
As he struggles to come to terms with his homosexuality, John is faced with decisions that affect his relationships. As he tries desperately to be accepted in school and amongst his friends, he turns to the wider community and to his religion for help and guidance. But will those that he hopes can help him understand this development in his life have his best interests at heart?
Praise for the first book:
‘This is a very moving first novel and is well worth reading”
That’s Books and Entertainment
“A most welcome return to the ‘kitchen sink’ drama type of novel that was prevalent in the 1950s/60s… Most enjoyable!”