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Alaric Mark Lewis

Praise for Bradington Bay


‘I couldn’t put it down. It’s so beautifully written and incredibly sensitive. Such a powerful, important book, which I predict is going to be an instant hit.’
Jo Brittan, The Shelf


‘A wry, humane, expansive and searching debut exploring home, yearning and loss through a cast of unforgettable characters.’
James McDermott

‘Heart breaking and then heart mending. Bradington Bay is a story of family legacy and the minefield that is adolescence as a gay man in a largely homophobic world. This is the type of redemptive story needed today more than ever.’

Carlos Dews, author of Hush: A Fiction

‘The love-child of Cheever and Updike. Its godparents are Edmund White and Alice Hoffman.’
Stephen Dunn, author of The Light of the Body

‘‘Masterful. This book has it all. I enjoyed every word.’
Catherine Clapperton



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