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One tragic event connects four lives in this haunting story of loss, love and renewal. Burned is the winner of the National Seniors Literary Prize 2013.

One tragic event connects four lives in this haunting story of loss, love and renewal. Burned is the winner of the National Seniors Literary Prize 2013.

Noah Daniels is an innocent young boy who treasures the telescope his father bought him and who daydreams of one day travelling through space ...

His mother Kate nurses bittersweet memories of her marriage to Richard and deeply regrets moving the family from Sydney to England ...

Malcolm Martin is still paralysed with grief twenty years after the death of his son. Home for him now is a park bench by the canal ...

And then there's Matthew Hooper - a classmate of Noah's - who has come to suspect his older brother, Tom, has a dangerous obsession with fire...

Four people, from opposites sides of the world, are about to be brought together by one horrifying event that will burn them forever.

Formats & editions

  • Paperback

    9780857981806

    August 1, 2013

    Bantam Australia

    256 pages

    RRP $19.99

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  • EBook

    9780857981240

    June 3, 2013

    RHA eBooks Adult

    256 pages

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