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Henry Tumour

Posted on 7th August, 2013 | filed under Books

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Henry Tumour
by Anthony McGowan

A book about a boy with a brain tumour should, on the face of it, be as depressing as it sounds. But it’s not. It’s outrageously witty, incredibly wise and magnificently uplifting. The ending is inspired and you may even become a better person for having read it.

Henry Tumour was posted on 7th August, 2013 by Thomas Murphy under Books

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Thomas Murphy

About the author: Thomas Murphy

Thomas is currently books reviewer for Flipside, a science and entertainment magazine for teens. He lives in south London with his partner and a small human-shaped package of rocket fuel who has now reached the age of seven. Previously Thomas wrote and performed in children’s shows for schools and small theatres in south east London and was also instrumental in the development of a drama therapy scheme for mentally disabled and elderly people in Essex. As an actor Thomas has appeared in various television, film and theatre productions over the years. He has no time for fame and its vagaries, though, spending most of it trying to decipher the distorted logic that emanates from the immaculate head of his son… as well as picking up pants and socks from the floor, ironing school shirts, slipping on toy cars, etc.