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1968. Everything must be torn away, ripped down like worn fabrics heavy with dust. Let light and air pour in, the limitless light. A dozen Liberation Fronts are fighting the war for all our freedoms.

At this great party in history, a man and a woman catch each otherís eye.

"Although I may wish to leave, that cannot be. There is no going back to those days, before Angela, before acid."

Simon is a 19-year-old dropout in London, riding the exhilaration of iconoclastic protest. Bright flares of liberation on America's West Coast draw him like a grail. Arriving in San Francisco, he finds "a fire igniting whose flames must engulf the whole world." More than that, another liberation promises to be greater than all, a liberty far beyond politics. He falls for the enigmatic, secretive Angela, already deeply in love with another man who has left her in pursuit of his own freedoms. Never sure what their relationship consists of, Simon and Angela travel a whole world of experience together. At last, in India, Angela finds what she is looking for: her former lover Jesse. But Jesse rejects her once again, and Simon now understands that things are not as they seem.

 

 

 

 

 

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About Andrew Sanger

Andrew Sanger is a British freelance journalist and travel writer who has lived and worked in many countries, including Greece, India, the USA and the Languedoc region of southern France.

Andrew has contributed to a wide spectrum of print and online publications, including most UK national newspapers, and for ten years edited a travel magazine for French Railways. His travel journalism has won awards. In addition, Andrew is the author of thirty-five travel guides, and co-author of many more, on France and French regions, Ireland, Belgium, the Canary Islands and Israel. His latest travel books, two pocket guides to Normandy, were published in 2013.

www.andrewsanger.com


Andrew Sanger's first novel was The J-Word (published by Snowbooks, 2009), dealing with the subject of secular Jewish identity. An elderly man is beaten up by antisemitic thugs, and seeks justice in his own way.
www.andrewsanger.com/The-J-Word

His second novel was The Slave (2013), about law, freedom and community. A young loner struggles to free a woman from forced prostitution in a London suburb.
www.andrewsanger.com/The-Slave


 

 

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