The Brink (Modern Plays) by Brad Birch [Ebook]

The Brink (Modern Plays)Author: Brad Birch
Title: The Brink (Modern Plays)
Print Length: 80
Language: English, Francais, Italiano, Espanol, Deutsch
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Book Description:
It’s what life does to you. We don’t have time to waste. Worrying over the small stuff while the big stuff takes its toll. You’re living and then . . . boom.At 27, History teacher Nick is on the edge.A hidden secret lies under the Brink. Nick can’t get it out of his mind. A series of visions force Nick to investigate what lies beneath. Nick’s girlfriend doesn’t understand. Neither do his fellow teachers. Frustrated, he confides in a Year 10 student but can she be expected to have all the answers?The Brink is an arch but affecting parable for the times we live in. This edition was published to coincide with the play’s world premiere at the Orange Tree Theatre, London, in April 2016.

2 thoughts on “The Brink (Modern Plays) by Brad Birch [Ebook]

  1. OH MY GOD! This has got to be one of…if not the best book I have ever read. It was written so well, and the characters were all amazing.

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