Master storyteller and Whitbread Novel Award-winner Patrick Neate has written a funny, provocative and daring tale of London high and low life set among the capital's twirtysomethings.
Featuring performance poetry; murder; Trafalgar Square's only fried-chicken-induced battle; hat selling; bank robbery for the middle classes; love (and other social ailments); as well as pigeons - lots of crazed, angry, thinking pigeons - The London Pigeon Wars is both a comic fable for our times and an exciting bird's-eye view of life (and death) in the city.
- Publication Date:
- 18 / 05 / 2004
- 129 x 198mm