Julian Fellowes's Belgravia

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Price
$16.99  $15.63
Publisher
Grand Central Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
416
Dimensions
5.2 X 1.2 X 7.7 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781538760376
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About the Author

Educated at Ampleforth and Magdalene College, Cambridge, Julian Fellowes is a multi-award-winning actor, writer, director, and producer. As creator, sole writer, and executive producer of the hit television series Downton Abbey, Fellowes has won three Emmy awards.

Fellowes received the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Gosford Park (2002). His work was also honored by the Writer's Guild of America, The New York Film Critics' Circle and the National Society of Film Critics for Best Screenplay. Other writing credits for film include Piccadilly Jim (2004), Vanity Fair (2004), Young Victoria (2009), The Tourist (2010), Romeo & Juliet (2013), and the upcoming three-part drama Doctor Thorne for ITV. Fellowes also directed the award-winning films Separate Lies and From Time to Time. Fellowes wrote the books for the Tony-nominated stage production of Mary Poppins and School of Rock - The Musical which opened on Broadway in December 2015, and is written and produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Fellowes has authored two novels: the international bestsellers Snobs (2005) and Past Imperfect (2008/2009).

Julian Fellowes became a life peer in 2010. He lives in Dorset and London with his wife, Emma.

Reviews

"The plot has plenty of surprises... The dialogue is crisp... and there are a number of wonderful set pieces."--New York Times Book Review
"Written with brio, the novel races along with all the page-turning suspense of a thriller...A glittering costume drama packed with authentic period detail, it's also a clever, involving read that brilliantly summons up a bygone world."--Woman & Home Magazine
"Scrumptious as a fresh-baked scone."--The Inquirer Daily News
"Entertaining."--The Christian Science Monitor