Festival at Glimbridge

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When Percy Vosper inaugurates a literary festival in his home town, the place is shaken to its foundations when a dysfunctional travelling theatre company and a stream of larger than life literati descend on it. The ambitions of a leading national newspaper group and a local radio station's hilarious broadcasts add further spice to this lively novel which ranges from tragedy to farce. More

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Words: 56,780
Language: English
ISBN: 9780954018924
About Roger Jones

Roger Jones writes feature articles and books on a wide range of subjects including careers, living abroad, music and education. They include Culture Smart: Western Europe (Kuperard) and How to Retire Abroad (How To Books). He is the author of The Reluctant Santa Claus (a Christmas tale for adults) and Festival at Glimbridge about a fictional literary Festival. Both these novels are available on Smashwords. Roger is also UK Editor for the international classical music reviews website Seen & Heard International. He lives in Gloucestershire, England where he is butler/valet to a large cat!
Among his hobbies are attending music and literary festivals regularly (none of which resemble the event at Glimbridge) and foreign travel.

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Review by: Andy Frazier on Nov. 04, 2011 :
A great story littered with interesting and likeable characters. The novel had a good plot which kept me reading until the end.
It is my guess that the author has a good knowledge of the publishing industry.
I really enjoyed it.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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