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Music on the Bamboo Radio free pdf Nicholas Highgate, separated from his parents during the Japanese invasion of Hong Kong, is smuggled to the mainland by his Chinese nurse and disguised as a Chinese boy. As he grows to manhood, he witnesses the atrocities and deprivations of the Japanese occupation and is himself drawn into the Communist resistance activities. The book ends when the Japanese surrender and Nicholas is reunited with what remains of his family.

About Martin Booth

Martin Booth was born in Lancashire but brought up in Hong Kong and Kenya. He describes himself as an inveterate traveller, writing on travel and conservation topics for several newspapers and magazines. His other writing interests include poetry, literary criticism and film and TV writing. Martin lives in Somerset.

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Author : Martin Booth
Publisher : Puffin
Data Published : 27 August 1998
ISBN : 0140383662
EAN : 9780140383669
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 144 pages
Age + : 10-14 years
Language : English
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