Reviews

  • 'His writing is like a nude by Lucien Freud: ugly, but human and true'

    Mail on Sunday
  • 'Britain's funniest and least politically correct author'

    Daily Mail
  • 'Captivating storytelling peppered with perceptive humour and the occasional philosophical gem. This is A.A. Gill at his best - funny and in full flight'

    Sunday Business Post
  • 'Reverberates with low humour and lurid, extravagant sex...every page explodes with the gaudy colours of exotic metaphor'

    Independent on Sunday
  • 'The wit and bravura are what one expects from him, but he has added a broader emotional range and engaging characters'

    Observer

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