"Kensington Gardens" is a psychedelic fusion of past and present; a brilliant interweaving of the lives of J. M. Barrie and Fresan's main protagonist, the dysfunctional, internationally acclaimed children's author Peter Hook. Over the course of one night a fantastical and terrible story emerges; a story of shadow identities and suicide, lost boys and found orphans.
Kensington Gardens is the 4th novel by Rodrigo Fresan, the enfant terrible of Latin American fiction. He was born in Buenos Aires and lives in Barcelona. He speaks perfect English and is in his late thirties.
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