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Guy Burt

Guy Burt won the W. H. Smith Young Writers Award when he was twelve. He wrote The Hole, his first novel, when he was eighteen. He is also the author of Sophie and The Dandelion Clock. Burt attended Oxford University and taught for three years at Eton. He lives in Oxford.

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A Clock Without Hands
Written by Guy Burt
Ballantine Books | Trade Paperback | October 2005
$14.95/(Canada) | 978-0-345-44657-2 (0-345-44657-7)

“I want to turn back the hands on the clock and change it all, make it different; three friends who meet up by chance in an old city and share a beer and laugh at old stories and jokes. But it wasn’t like that; and the clock has no hands, so... Read more






The Hole
Written by Guy Burt
Ballantine Books | Trade Paperback | May 2002
$15.00/(Canada) | 978-0-345-44655-8 (0-345-44655-0)

“[A] COMPELLING PSYCHOLOGICAL TALE . . . A QUICK AND INTRIGUING BOOK WITH A TRULY SATISFYING ENDING.”
–Publishers Weekly

On a spring day in England, six teenagers venture to a neglected part of their school where there is a door to a small windowless cellar. Behind the door, the old stairs have rotted... Read more






Sophie
Written by Guy Burt
Ballantine Books | Trade Paperback | July 2003
$12.95/19.95(Canada) | 978-0-345-44659-6 (0-345-44659-3)

“[Sophie] combines the creepy narrative power of a young William Golding with the disturbingly accurate memory of what it is like to be a child. . . . So good that one can only wonder what [Burt] will do next.”
—The Times (London)

In a dark room of a dilapidated house, as a... Read more





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