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Charles Hall’s ‘Summer’s Gone’

Summer’s Gone, a debut novel by Melbourne writer Charles Hall, is a coming-of-age story set in the 1960s that mingles nostalgia with tragedy; Beatles-mania with backyard abortions. Its protagonist Nick is a young and somewhat clueless boy from Perth who inherits a banjo from his uncle and quickly discovers that...

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