The Cuckoo Boy

The Cuckoo Boy

Grant Gillespie / Feb 19, 2020

The Cuckoo Boy With heartbreaking simplicity The Cuckoo Boy charts the quiet destruction a middle class childhood might sometimes unexpectedly wreak

  • Title: The Cuckoo Boy
  • Author: Grant Gillespie
  • ISBN: 9780955460944
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • With heartbreaking simplicity, The Cuckoo Boy charts the quiet destruction a middle class childhood might sometimes, unexpectedly, wreak.

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    About "Grant Gillespie"

      • Grant Gillespie

        Grant Gillespie is a professional actor, novelist, and screenwriter who lives in the dirty beating heart of Soho, London He s represented by Sharon Henry Management and David Kayser at Casarotto.Grant has worked in the theatre for many celebrated and talented directors, notably Jamie Lloyd, Michael Grandage, Stephen Unwin and Erica Whyman He has also appeared in several film and TV series, including the feature films Florence Foster Jenkins and Closer to the Moon TV includes, Catastrophe, Siblings, Doctors, Holby City, Eastenders, Hollyoaks and the Ch4 cult mocumentary, Cast Offs.His d but novel, The Cuckoo Boy, was published in 2010 The screenplay of the same name written with actor Kate Ashfield is now available from their agents at Casarotto, as is their thriller vampire horror Kensington Gore Grant and Kate are also working on several other films and TV series for UK and the U.S.Grant is also co writing a sitcom Skin Deep with the actor Preeya Kalidas for the producer Charlie Hanson Derek, Life s Too Short, Extras.


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    1. Nature v Nurture. A shocking tale of a very misunderstood little boy. This is so well written that nearly all the way through reading it you suddenly realise that you are on the wrong side, even though you know all the facts you want the story to change so everyone is a winner. But life isn't like that


    2. I had heard of “The Cuckoo Boy” by Grant Gillespie through The Novel Cure and it was a part of my reading challenge – The Novel Cure Reading Challenge. It is a cure for adoption and yet somewhere down the line, there is to more to the book than what meets the eye. It is a story of a dysfunctional couple – Sandra and Kenneth adopting Baby James and how their world spins out of control thereon. There is an imaginary friend David, who enters the scene and very soon there is a real friend Da [...]


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