Bombora by Paul Drewitt (Book Review #1356)

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Bombora is a very intense and though provoking fictional tale set in 1981 and begins with a 16-year-old Andy, and his brother’s friend Mick deciding to explore the underwater tunnels and other daring things that end up testing Any’s strength, swimming in caves.

With so much emotion and drama, you are constantly either in fear or hope, wanting to know what will happen next. The storyline develops in a very well-crafted way.

Andy’s age also comes with which exploration of sexuality and entering adulthood. Just like any teenager, he has insecurities, and that plays a part in what happens in the story.

I recommend this book to literary fiction fans and those who like to read compelling stories.

Written by Jeyran Main

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