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Ideal Angels (Paperback)

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Ideal Angels is a book about love in the social media age. Is it possible to keep any secrets when your entire life is online?

Ideal Angels is a book about love, loss, and disconnection. One day you're sitting, wondering where your life is going, and the next you're on a rollercoaster, being pushed and pulled in directions you never thought possible. And loving every second of it.

Ideal Angels is the story of one man, one woman, and one week. It's a second person sprint through a whirlwind week in which the man goes from nobody to everybody. Sex, drugs, something like rock and roll, the man spent so long hiding from the world in which now he is a central part.

Ideal Angels is not all joy though - the world is full of fear, pressure, expectation, it's enough to drive anyone crazy. Particularly if you've spent your life on a knife edge. There are so many things you're expected to do, so many ways you're expected to fit in. You've tried to make your bed, and lie in it, but that's no longer an option. You must become everything you hate, in order to survive.

How much can one person change you?

Fiction & PoetryModern & contemporary fiction post c 1945 Publisher: Unbound Publication Date: 16/08/2018 ISBN-13: 9781911586784  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Robert Welbourn was born and bred in Yorkshire and has lived there almost all his life. He's had a passion for books for as long as he can remember and has been writing his whole life. His favourite authors are Bret Easton Ellis and Stephen King, and he cites Ellis as his number-one influence. Outside of books he has a passion for travel and cats. And his friends and family, etc. He studied English Literature at Salford University and this confirmed that he wanted to spend his life working with books, one way or another.

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