Some books give you answers about life—or at least they try.
The Remembrance Trilogy just asks questions—big ones—about the exciting, glorious mystery of life.
Join Alexander Wainwright, Britain's finest landscape painter, on his journey and you may find your own questions and answers. He will surprise, enchant and entertain you in his quest for his answers.
Although he may falter, wonder and doubt, he never stops searching. For what greater mystery can there be than the mystery of life?
In The Drawing Lesson, Alexander is beset with questions. He believes the world a marvelous place filled with magical secrets. His nemesis, Rinaldo, a conceptual artist, fervently believes that the universe is random, chaotic and meaningless. You will follow Alex from London to Venice and New York in search of his muse. His nemesis awaits him in New York.
In The Fate of Pryde, you will meet the great patron of the arts, Jonathan Pryde, who raises the question—how can the very best and the very worst of mankind thrive in one human breast?