About the Book:An anthology of poetry and prose by Ian D. Hall.
A dream world, a land of mischief,
of stories too numerous to entreat completely upon anyone.
A place where an armchair becomes a throne and where a man becomes a King, staring out over the past,
telling his young page
the secrets he is too inherit,
a young boy who found Adanac intoxicating
and every once supposed every tall tale to be true.
Tales from The Adanac House is a mixture of light and dark, an assortment of pictures that paint very personal and emotive journeys of a person who has experienced much, and has needed to throw the words out on page as only an artist can do.
Poetry should leave you feeling a little exhausted, as if you have been on a journey and Ian D. Hall does exactly that.
About the Author:
Having been found on a 'Co-op' shelf in Stirchley, Birmingham by a Cornish woman and a man of dubious footballing taste, Ian grew up in neighbouring Selly Park and Bicester in Oxfordshire. After travelling far and wide, he now considers Liverpool to be his home. Ian was educated at Moor Green School, Bicester Senior School, and the University of Liverpool, where he gained a 2:1 (BA Hons) in English Literature. He now reviews and publishes daily on the music, theatre and culture within... Read More
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