by Edward St. Aubyn
A little Shakespeare, anyone? In this satirical fresh take on King Lear. Henry Dunbar, former global media mogul, finds himself stuck in an asylum after handing over the reins of his company to his two eldest daughters. He manages to escape into the countryside praying his youngest daughter finds him first. As with the original play, this is a tale of power, money, and forgiveness and all it’s told with St. Aubyn’s acerbic wit.