A funny and tender story about family, friendship, grief, love and...Richard Gere.
Bartholomew Neil is thirty-eight and lost. He's lived his whole life, up till a few weeks ago, with his devoted mum, but now she has died Bartholomew has no idea how to be on his own. His grief counsellor, Wendy, says he needs to find his flock and leave the nest. But how does a man whose whole life has been grounded learn how to fly?
So Bartholomew turns to Richard Gere, the man his mum adored from afar, in the hope he can offer some answers. In Bartholomew's letters to Richard Gere he explores philosophy and friendship, alien abduction and the mystery of women. The letters also reveal his heart-breaking need of a family, but when Bartholomew does manage to assemble a motley family of sorts, he seems to have taken on more than he bargained for...
" . . . A tender tale that manages to be both light-hearted and philosophical." (Financial Times)
"This is a highly original piece told in most engaging prose. Beautiful." (Image Magazine)
"Fans of The Silver Lining Playbook author Matthew Quick will adore his newest happy-sad novel. . . touching. . ." (Now)
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