After the Fireworks (Modern Voices) by Aldous Huxley

After the Fireworks (Modern Voices)

Aldous Huxley with Fay Weldon

fiction classics challenging informative reflective slow-paced

150 pages | first published 1936


As an acclaimed novelist, Miles Fanning is well used to the unwanted attentions of his fans as he goes about his daily business. Yet little prepares him for the determination of the gauche Pamela Tarn who resolves to enter not only his world, but ...
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