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An unauthorised sequel to a classic of English literature, Evelyn Waugh's "Brideshead Revisited", this centenary tribute takes the Brideshead story two years further on, recounting the tumultuous events of Charles Ryder's experiences as an official War Artist in North Africa and Europe, meeting Eisenhower, de Gaulle and Churchill, and rediscovering Sebastian. Armed only with a sketchbook, he invades Europe and is present at the liberation of Belsen
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First time novelist and life time admirer of Evelyn Waugh, Michael Johnston has previously written book reviews and radio documentaries.Review:
A compelling narrative, beautifully written, bringing out how important "Brideshead" is to everyone. Would make wonderful television! -- Hon. Simon Howard, Castle Howard, letter of January 12, 2003
A fine sequel to one of the greatest stories ever told - Johnston writes with elegance, charm and deep love. -- Sheridan Morley, Author and Critic, letter of December 22, 2002
Johnston intelligently captures the sweep and poignancy of Waugh's world in this intelligent continuation of Charles Ryder's memoirs. -- Publishing News, London, August 8, 2003
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