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Kingdom Come

Kingdom Come

Douglas Tallentire has at last achieved what his father and grandfather before him fought for so bitterly. Educated and independent, he can carve out his own career and spread his wings. But success, freedom and happiness are more elusive than ever in the fiercely competitive Seventies. From Cumbria to the frenetic whirl of sophisticated life in New York and London, Douglas, like all the Tallentires, must come to terms with private uncertainty and pain.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 6th December 2001

Price: £10.99

ISBN-13: 9780340770917


An uncommonly high talent. The people are 'real' enough to leave footprints right across the page
Mr Bragg is one of the few British writers of talent with the courage to tackle an ambitious, panoramic novel
Daily Telegraph
He emerges with stature at the end of his convincing contemporary novel on 'the way we live now' ... the book shows range and vision ... Bragg knows about the nuances of dialogue which differentiate character and can maintain nice dramatic irony
New Statesman