Arab World
Archaeology and Geology
Fiction and Poetry
Independent Minds
Natural History
Fiction and Poetry

153 pages, Hardback
204x132mm, Landscape

Published by W. H. Allen

ISBN-10: 0491028105
ISBN-13: 9780491028103
The Pandemonium
'This remarkable novel is a concentrated and beautifully written study of the nature of love, spiritual and carnal. Stacey's approach is through wonderfully detailed minutiae, observation of the people and of this 'half Norse world belonging to the sea' '
Sunday Telegraph

Pandemonium breaks loose on the mainland of Britain. The total collapse of order that follows with alarming swiftness through strikes and panic in the major cities paralyses the country. This releases the profound chaos within Brother James who has secluded himself on a wild Hebridean island to devote himself to a life of the spirit. Previously married and the lover of another woman, in his reunion with his daughter he is wrenched from his carapace of spiritual reclusion.
Tom Stacey - Author of Tribe, The Pandemonium, Bodies and Souls, Deadline(filmed for television with John Hurt), and The Worm in the Rose. He is the author of seven novels, including the seminal work The Brothers M, partly set in Ruwenzori. Other works include collections of short stories and two books of remote travel. He is the winner of the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize and of the Granada Award as Foreign Correspondent of the Year, and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.

He is married, has five children and many grandchildren, and lives in Kensington and North Wales.

For more information on Tom Stacey please visit his website.

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