A whimsical account of the critical years (October 1969 to May 1972) David Bowie spent at (the since demolished) Haddon Hall, located in Bromley just south of London. The conceit is that the narrator is Haddon Hall itself, recollecting those years. In addition to Bowie, the cast of characters prominently feature his wife Angie, his brother, Terry, Mark Bolan (of T. Rex fame), his producer Tony Visconti and his (then new) manager, Tony DeFries.
This work was originally published in France by Gallimard, in 2012. It has been translated from the French by Edward Gauvin.
full color | hardcover | 144 pages