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Tom Bullough grew up in a hill farm in Radnorshire - the setting of The Claude Glass - and now lives in the Cambrian mountains.
He works as a music and travel writer, tractor driver, and helps run Tonic, a fair trade T-shirt business.
Rural Wales in the 80s and two very different families, one ex-hippy, the other ancient farming stock. Seen through the eyes of children, the two families’ boys who form an unlikely friendship, we are given a dark story of growing up, of neglect, impoverishment, hope and the influences of family and nature. A startling tale. Similar this month: None. Comparison: Bruce Chatwin, Esther Freud.