Reading and Q&A with Gareth Rubin, author of Liberation Square, published by Penguin (2019).
Gareth Rubin’s novel Liberation Square is set in Soviet-occupied London. The book, one of the Telegraph’s Best Thrillers Of 2019, describes a London divided by a high wall, with a free west and brutal, oppressive east. The author will read the opening chapter and talk about how he came up with the idea.
Kensington Central Library, Lecture Theatre, (Back of library, off from Campden Hill Road), 12 Phillimore Walk, W8 7RX
Gareth Rubin is a journalist for the Observer and Telegraph. A varied career has taken him to a Thai monastery that runs a bizarre drug rehab regime; the world’s smallest independent state situated on a WW2 anti-aircraft platform off the coast of Essex and into the corridors of power.