Publisher: Unbound ISBN: 9781783524174 Number of pages: 96 Weight: 260 g Dimensions: 205 x 145 x 13 mm
Born in 1961 in what is now the West Midlands, since his debut The Accidental Woman in 1987 Jonathan Coe has carved out a niche as one of Britain’s finest exponents of satiric cultural observation. Novels such as What a Carve Up!, The Rotter’s Club and Number 11 create a wincingly-accurate portrait of Britain through the seventies and beyond, complete with all its petty class warfare and the agonising blunders of adolescence and middle age.
What an exceptional and the most beautiful book I have ever read.
Claire goes out one day to her local dump and come across a broken piece of mirror, upon looking at it she sees her whole life and town a much better...
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