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The story starts when Sarah and her son Kevin move to the sleepy little town of Padstow to escape a past of violence and abuse at the hands of Kevins father, Frankie, who's only interest is to find his wife and child........ and make them suffer; but Kevin is not alone........
Martin suffers from Duchenne's muscular dystrophy; a deteriorating disease which weakens the bones and will inevitably result in a shorter life than normal. All Martin wants to do in his short life is to complete his walk along the Camel trail. This slow, painful and inevitable death can be quickly progressed with the correct amount of abuse and neglect; and that's just what Frankie proposes to give him..... albeit inadvertently.
This is Peter's debut novel. It's so sad. It made me cry. It's profound and carries an important message. It's still in my head some three weeks after reading it. Peter J Merrigan - I believe you're one author to watch in the future.
The Camel Trail is a thrilling read and one that seems over far too quickly.