Hackney-set fiction — ’Dark Times’ and beyond

Who’s going to prevent the struggling artist Lizzie (Dalston) from drowning in all life’s choice? What’s happening to the overeducated, unemployed Max (Clapton), who is plotting the revolution from Cafe Oto? Is this really what successful journalist Sarah (Stoke Newington) expected, when she decided to break out of her boxed-in existence? And what about the fiercely independent Jonathan (Shoreditch)? Is another Dalston night really going to fix him, or is there something much darker going on inside of him? ‘Dark Times’ is the waking-up of a spoilt generation as observed in the streets, pubs and bars of Hackney, East London. For more information, please see http://www.danielkramb.com/darktimes.html. What else is out there?”


  1. Hi @danielkramb there is a group dedicated to Hackney in print over here: http://www.yeahhackney.com/groups/hackney-in-words-print-and-pages/forum/ with a fair few Hackney reads mentioned including your book! (currently on the second page) http://www.yeahhackney.com/groups/hackney-in-words-print-and-pages/forum/topic/what-are-you-reading/

  2. Thanks a lot, @ewebber :-)Will have a look right now.

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