The Incline

The Incline Mason s adjustments to his first job and first love are further complicated when the entire village begins to challenge his father s integrity

  • Title: The Incline
  • Author: William Mayne
  • ISBN: 9780241021385
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Mason s adjustments to his first job and first love are further complicated when the entire village begins to challenge his father s integrity.

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    About “William Mayne

    • William Mayne

      William Mayne was a British writer of children s fiction Born in Hull, he was educated at the choir school attached to Canterbury Cathedral and his memories of that time contributed to his early books He lived most of his life in North Yorkshire.He was described as one of the outstanding children s authors of the 20th Century by the Oxford Companion to Children s Literature, and won the Carnegie Medal in 1957 for A Grass Rope and the Guardian Award in 1993 for Low Tide He has written than a hundred books, and is best known for his Choir School quartet comprising A Swarm in May, Choristers Cake, Cathedral Wednesday and Words and Music, and his Earthfasts trilogy comprising Earthfasts, Cradlefasts and Candlefasts, an unusual evocation of the King Arthur legend.A Swarm in May was filmed by the Children s Film Unit in 1983 and a five part television series of Earthfasts was broadcast by the BBC in 1994.William Mayne was imprisoned for two and a half years in 2004 after admitting to charges of child sexual abuse and was placed on the British sex offenders register His books were largely removed from shelves, and he died in disgrace in 2010.

    869 thoughts on “The Incline

    • The plot is mildly interesting. It could've been a whole lot better if the writing wasn't so mundane and the characters likewise. There were some amusing bits but they were few and far apart. On the whole, I'm glad to be done with this book and glad also that I read it because now I can take any other William Mayne books off my to-read list.


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