Sydney Bridge Upside Down: Text Classics

Ballantyne David

Introduced by Kate De Goldi There was an old man who lived on the edge of the world and he had a horse called Sydney Bridge Upside Down. He was a scar-faced old man and his horse was a slow-moving bag of bones, and I start with this man and his horse because they were there for all the terrible happenings up the coast that summer, always somewhere around.A great, untamed story about childhood, a summer holiday and a sinister tragedy that looms over everything.

  • The Text Publishing Company
  • 9781921922374
  • Apr 26 2012
  • Edition 1
  • 288 Pages