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Goodbye Tomorrow

£4.99

Product description

Goodbye Tomorrow is a novel of the life and times of Henry James Borrow. Its pace never flags as the young Harry Borrow moves nearer and nearer to the final tragedy on the Shangani River. The poignancy of his death at the hands of the Matabele hordes is heightened by his growing conviction at the end that the best of life lay ahead of him – a life he was never to see and enjoy.

This particular copy is in very good condition. Its original dustjacket is still in tact and only has the most minimal signs of wear to it – a small tear in its front cover and scuffs to its edges and spine. The dustjacket boasts a beautiful coloured image of all the characters in the book.

As for the interior, all pages are free of any writing, highlighting or markings. There is a small sticker in the inside front cover with the name of the shop it was bought in. The binding still remains tight. There are some signs of foxing to the page edges.

Overall, this is a captivating novel that tells a story of a life filled to the brim with action, romance and excitement. Robert Cary is a well-loved author that spent a large part of his life in Rhodesia, now modern-day Zimbabwe, a country that had a heavy influence on many of the novels that he wrote.

Item details

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0

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About this item

Goodbye Tomorrow is a novel of the life and times of Henry James Borrow. Its pace never flags as the young Harry Borrow moves nearer and nearer to the final tragedy on the Shangani River. The poignancy of his death at the hands of the Matabele hordes is heightened by his growing conviction at the end that the best of life lay ahead of him – a life he was never to see and enjoy.

This particular copy is in very good condition. Its original dustjacket is still in tact and only has the most minimal signs of wear to it – a small tear in its front cover and scuffs to its edges and spine. The dustjacket boasts a beautiful coloured image of all the characters in the book.

As for the interior, all pages are free of any writing, highlighting or markings. There is a small sticker in the inside front cover with the name of the shop it was bought in. The binding still remains tight. There are some signs of foxing to the page edges.

Overall, this is a captivating novel that tells a story of a life filled to the brim with action, romance and excitement. Robert Cary is a well-loved author that spent a large part of his life in Rhodesia, now modern-day Zimbabwe, a country that had a heavy influence on many of the novels that he wrote.

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0

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