Sam Marsdyke is a lonely young man, dogged by an incident in his past and forced to work his family farm instead of attending school in his Yorkshire village. He methodically fills his life with daily routines and adheres to strict boundaries that keep him at a remove from the townspeople. But one day he spies Josephine, his new neighbor from London. From that moment on, Sam's carefully constructed protections begin to crumble—and what starts off as a harmless friendship between an isolated loner and a defiant teenage girl takes a most disturbing turn.
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Expelled from the school in town after having been accused of attempted rape, Sam Marsdyke keeps to his parents' Yorkshire sheep farm and steers clear of the outside world, that is until fifteen-year-old Josephine moves in next door.Aug 05 2008 | Read Full Review of Out Backward (P.S.)
Sam Marsdyke, an awkward Yorkshire teenager, works alongside his silent brooding father on their sheep farm.| Read Full Review of Out Backward (P.S.)
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