This novel completes the author's trilogy of London novels begun with "Money" and continued with "London Fields", published in 1989. The story is an examination of contemporary society, individual consciousness and of the predicament of the serious writer in a world slipping towards the millennium.
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“A funny, vicious portrait of literary London. The narrator has an hilarious voice.”
Evening Standard 29/11/96
'No-one can hold a candle to Martin Amis' Daily Mail
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Book Description Flamingo, London, 1995. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: No dust jacket issued. First, Limited edition. Flamingo, London, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New and unread. First Edition. A signed limited edition. One of only 376 copies of which 350 were for sale. This is copy no 32. Signed by the author. In the original black slipcase as issued without a dustwrapper. Slipcase fine condition - very small indentaion to one end and a little ruckling of the black paper on the opposite end. Signed by the author. Hardback. Bookseller Inventory # 1302364