Literary novel. 612 pages
"I was born in Paris at the age of twelve." So begins Paradise Lost, the
novel that turns Milton upside down. It is a comic epic about an
agnostic man who idolizes women, resists authority of all kinds, and
insists that the defining feature of human beings is their fallibility. After
an absence of twenty-three years, Lewis returns to Paris trying to
rediscover his boyhood self.