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'Camp Classic' The Ozone Hotel Wins Praise From Stephen Fry

Saturday 4 November 2017


From UK newspaper the Swindon Advertiser:


The Ozone Hotel

'Camp classic' The Ozone Hotel wins praise from Stephen Fry

2nd November 2017
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A FABULOUS, flamboyant ‘camp classic’, The Ozone Hotel is just the ticket for a literary escape to a glittering world of glamour, wit and adventure.

Heralded by no less than Stephen Fry, who says it has “blown my mind, my imagination and all kinds of other parts of me too,” the new novel by Wiltshire author RK Williams is all set for success.

Yet this playful, imaginative tale, that engages with the conventions of science fiction, fashion and gender, was created during a dark time in the life of its creator.

Robert Williams, who lives near Avebury, was a successful costume designer and stylist, working in television on shows such as QI and The Friday Night Project, when in 2006 he was struck down by a mysterious illness – which was to result in him being bedridden for three long years.

“It was August and I thought I had a summer cold – but it went on and on,” Robert recalled. “After six to eight weeks, I started to worry. I went to the doctor’s and had lots of tests. After about six months I was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.”


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