The 10 Pm Question

The 10 Pm Question

Book - 2008
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Twelve-year-old Frankie Parsons has a rather large, quirky family. Until now they've been the centre of his universe, but now Frankie's view of his world begins to change. There's a new arrival at school- a dredlocked girl called Sydney who becomes perplexingly fascinating to him. She even starts to draw him away from his best friend, Gigs.
Publisher: Dunedin, N.Z. : Longacre Press, 2008.
Branch Call Number: YOUNG ADULT FICTION
Characteristics: 251 p. ;,21 cm.
Alternative Title: 10pm question
Ten pm question

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Frankie is a bit of a different sort of kid who finds himself in a weird in between stage of life. He’s not-quite-a-kid and not-quite-a-teenager but he has all the worries of an old man. He thinks a lot and the story is largely made up of his thoughts and, often, the rather mundane things he thin... Read More »


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littlechicklet
Nov 30, 2015

the ending sucked

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harlz55555
Jan 15, 2012

Very good book, great characters! Very funny

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itstartswithano
May 03, 2011

This is my favourite NZ novel. I loved Frankie's family, and I loved Frankie. Funny, intelligent, perceptive writing that brings you right into the character's world and makes you feel like you're a friend. Read it!

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