The True Story of Butterfish

Version: Unabridged
Author: Nick Earls
Narrator: David Tredinnick
Genres: Fiction & Literature, Comedy
Publisher: Bolinda Publishing
Published In: April 2013
# of Units: 8 CDs
Length: 9 hours, 6 minutes
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Overview

When Annaliese Winter walks down Curtis Holland's front path, he's ill-prepared for a sixteen-year-old schoolgirl who's a confounding mixture of adult and child. After years travelling the world with his band, Butterfish, he's not used to having a neighbour at all. So when Curtis receives an invitation to dinner from Annaliese's mother, Kate, he is surprised when he not only accepts but finds himself being drawn to this remarkably unremarkable family. Even to fifteen-year-old Mark who is at war with his own surging adolescence. Curtis soon realises that with Kate divorced, Annaliese and Mark need a male role model in their lives, but it's hard for him to help when he's just starting to grow up himself and harder still when Annaliese begins to show an interest in him that is less than filial.

Author Details

Author Details

Earls, Nick

Nick Earls is the author of 12 books, including a number of bestsellers published internationally in English and in translation. His earlier title 48 Shades of Brown, which won a CBC Book of the Year, Older Readers award, was recently adapted and released as a feature-film and is also available in audio by Bolinda.