Sex, Surrealism, Dali and Me was first published in 2000 and was a top-10 best-seller a year later.
It tells the biographies of two remarkable men. Salvador Dali, one of the 20th century's greatest painters, and his long-term muse - the Colombian dancer Carlos Lozano.
Dali was famously a voyeur, and in this extraordinary audiobook, we are witnesses to the bizarre sexual fantasies he lived out among celebrities, aristocrats, enemies, and the plain crazy.
Carlos Lozano's sexy eyewitness account of life with Dali is described in a colorful, energetic style that touches the sublime and the magnificent. The combination of his story and the breathtaking style of his collaborator, the award-winning writer Clifford Thurlow, combine to create an audiobook that is truly memorable.
"For once, names are named and the veil of hype and mystique that so often surrounded Dali is blown away for all to see. Once we started, we couldn't put it down!" (International Art & Literature Journal, April 2000)
"The Surrealist painter deliberately lived his life to complement his deceptive and illusory art. By the end, it was so close to being a confidence trick in itself that historians and biographers have had to struggle to separate fact from the sexual fantasy. Sex, Surrealism, Dali and Me is now set to bring the voice of an eye witness to the Salvador Dali myth - and to all the orgiastic gossip about the past." (Vanessa Thorpe, The Observer)