Festival
  • Published:
    Jun-2013
  • Formats:
    eBook
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  • Pages:
    240
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The Glastonbury Festival. Three days in June. For many, it's the event of the summer - for three Glastonbury virgins and one fourteen-year-old veteran, it’s going to be a life-changing experience. Leila, exams over, just wants to have fun. But first she has to find a way to get there... Jake is playing the festival. This could be his big break. Or his biggest nightmare... Wilf is forced to sell his ticket, so his only way in is to jump the fence. And there's a big surprise waiting on the other side... Holly gets in free. It's her tenth Glastonbury. She's promised herself it'll be the last... David Belbin's much loved novel, set in 2000, has been the introduction to Glastonbury for generations of new festival goers and is now available as an e-book for the first time, with an improved map of the festival site and an extensive new afterword about the experience of researching and writing the novel.

'As soon as the characters reach Glastonbury the plot unfolds at a fast pace. The ending was beautifully breathless and twisty. An easy, entertaining read that lets you experience the highs and lows of the festival away from the tents, mud and portable toilets.' Chicklish.
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