Deep Hanging Out - Richard Gwyn Reviews
Description:ISBN 1905005563 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Richard Gwyn / Paperback / 342 Pages / Book is published 2007-03-01 by Snowbooks
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Richard Gwyn Deep Hanging Out
Pages: 320, Paperback, Snowbooks Ltd
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by - written on 07/05/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Deep Hanging Out is the second novel By Richard Gwyn. It was published in 2007 by Snow Books and recieved brilliant reviews by BBC Radio Two, The Times and The London Paper. It sounds like a cliche but this book is really hard to put down. It's set in 1981 on the Greek island of Crete. The two main characters are Cosmo Flute (an English artist) and his house mate and friend Ruben Fortuna (an Argentinian Photographer). They spend their time Deep Hanging Out, which basically means getting wasted and observing people and situations at a local Taverna dubbed The Unspeakable. It's at this taverna that you will find the really great character of Igbar ... Read the complete review
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