Radical Love

Radical Love

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Paperback Published on: 30/05/2024
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Radical Love
Blackmore's talent for bringing historical settings to life shines in this gut-wrenching novel. As vibrant as it is bleak, Radical Love paints a tumultuous... READ MORE
Benny Duverge-Pryce
Radical Love
Brutal and honest!
This was not the sweet gay romance I expected it to be, it was an intense read. This book is brutal, harsh, upsetting and honest. You feel immersed in the ... READ MORE
Tegan at Stafford


'Re-imagines a story of gay men in London 200 years ago and under the pain of their betrayal and injustice, he uncovers loyalty and above all, love’ SIR IAN MCKELLAN

‘An imaginative, layered, clever story’THE TIMES

London, 1809. By day, minister John Church preaches to a congregation of commonfolk in Southwark. By night, he is drawn to the secretive, alluring world of a molly house on Vere Street. There, ordinary men reinvent themselves as outrageous queens: lads on the make flirt with labourers and princes alike, and John finds himself ordaining marriages between men.

When he meets the unworldly and free-thinking Ned, one of a group of African abolitionists who attend his chapel, John falls in love with Ned's tender nature and discovers how quickly desire can turn to obsession.

Based on the true story of one of the most important events in queer history, RADICAL LOVE is a sensuous and prescient story about gender and sexuality, and how the most vulnerable survive in dangerous times.

‘One of the boldest novelistic explorations of desire I have read in some time’ KEIRAN GODDARD

‘Compellingly real’ DAILY MAIL

  • Publisher: Cornerstone
  • ISBN: 9781529158762
  • Number of pages: 288
  • Weight: 207g
  • Dimensions: 198 x 130 x 17 mm

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