The Man In The Moon

Andrew Barrow

In this novel, a comedy of manners is seen through the eyes of William, a lonely young man on the loose in the late 1960s. William's conviction that he is a comic genius leads him to a psychiatrist's consulting room, and the book's title takes on a deeper meaning.

Genre: Non-Fiction
ISBN: 978144721024501
Published: 27/06/2012

Andrew Barrow

Andrew Barrow

Andrew Barrow is a writer and journalist who regularly contributes to the pages of the Independent, the Daily Telegraph and the Spectator. His novels include The Tap Dancer and The Man in the Moon, both published by Picador. He lives in London.

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