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Paperback 191 Pages / Published: 21/06/2018
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Twenty-two-year-old Oscar is a lost cause. He roams central London, looking for love and distraction. But this isn't quite Bright Lights, Big City: Oscar is gay but feels disconnected from London's gay scene. He is naive and rootless, an emotionally stunted young man who lives in upscale Kensington with his foster mother, novelist Charlotte Fontaine. But all of this changes when he meets Tim, Charlotte's thirty-something literary agent with whom Oscar becomes hopelessly infatuated. While he struggles to understand Tim's politics and his rejection of religion, Oscar's developing friendship with Tim affects a profound change in the young man, making him want to understand the world and his place in it.

Publisher: Cloud Lodge Books
ISBN: 9780995465794
Number of pages: 191
Dimensions: 222 x 144 mm

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“Engaging characters in a beautifully described location”

Oscar is a young man living in London with his indulgent foster mother Charlotte, the novel follows Oscar and his small group of friends as they try to find their place in the world. Oscar is gay, but doesn’t really... More

Paperback edition
29th July 2018
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“One of those books you then buy for everyone.”

I read this book and then bought three copies for three friend's birthdays.
It is beautiful and murky and perfectly paced.
In the main character of Oscar there is something for everyone to relate to and something... More

Paperback edition
23rd July 2018
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TripFiction

“Gay coming of age novel set in LONDON”

22 year old Oscar is drifting. He is gay, but not happy in the gay scene. He lives with his foster mother, successful novelist Charlotte Fontaine, in Kensington. Kensington is a far cry from some of the rougher parts... More

Paperback edition
23rd June 2018
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