Notes from an Exhibition: A Novel by Patrick Gale

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Notes from an Exhibition: A Novel

'“This book is complete perfection.” —Stephen Fry   “This stunning novel . . . poised and pitch-perfect throughout, is an engrossing portrait of a troubled and remarkable character. A fine writer at the top of his game.” —The Mail on Sunday   “A warm, well-written novel about creativity and the perils of living with the creative spirit.” —TheTimes Literary Supplement   “As rich and inventive as we would expect from this brilliant author.” —The Independent   “Thought-provoking, sensitive, humane.” —TheDaily Telegraph   “Few writers have grasped the twisted dynamics of family the way Gale has. There’s really no one he can’t inhabit, understand, and forgive.” —Armistead Maupin   “An uplifting, immensely empathetic novel, and Gale’s prose, as ever, is as clear and bright as the Cornish light.” —The Guardian  '
'“This book is complete perfection.” —Stephen Fry   “This stunning novel . . . poised and pitch-perfect throughout, is an engrossing portrait of a troubled and remarkable character. A fine writer at the top of his game.” —The Mail on Sunday   “A warm, well-written novel about creativity and the perils of living with the creative spirit.” —TheTimes Literary Supplement   “As rich and inventive as we would expect from this brilliant author.” —The Independent   “Thought-provoking, sensitive, humane.” —TheDaily Telegraph   “Few writers have grasped the twisted dynamics of family the way Gale has. There’s really no one he can’t inhabit, understand, and forgive.” —Armistead Maupin   “An uplifting, immensely empathetic novel, and Gale’s prose, as ever, is as clear and bright as the Cornish light.” —The Guardian  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504036559 Pages: 375