Jenkins The Keeper

Model: KJ1    Reference: BP11112105

Key Features

  • Author: Keith Jenkins
  • Book Cover: Hardback
  • Published Date: 2009
  • Publisher: Freebird Publishing
  • Place: Crawley, West Sussex
  • Weight: 0.9kg
  • Pages: 320 pages
  • Dimensions: 9.9in x 7.2in x 1.1in
Our Price: £22.00
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Jenkins The Keeper,

Ten years after the release of the highly acclaimed Myth, Keith has finally acceded to demand and written the sequel. But this is more than just a follow on from its predecessor.

Ten years is a long time, and lots can change, and this can be felt in the depth of The Keeper. Keith has obviously put a lot more into writing this follow up, and that can be seen in the fact that much more than fishing is addressed here.

Yes, of course the central theme is still the great carp, the Mere and the quest for angling glory, but there is so much more to The Keeper than just that and the introduction of Old Ted ensures that all is not quite what it seems.

Added to that, the sumptuous illustrations by Suzanne Lane give the book a whole extra dimension a true work of art.

So, if the Myth intrigued and amused you, then best you get involved with The Keeper because, who knows, it just might have some answers to ten year old questions.

If, however, the Myth passed you by, it may well be worth picking up a copy of both (at a discount price, no less) because if you like the Myth, you will most definitely want to pick up and start reading The Keeper immediately!

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