"'It stands with Hemingway or Fitzgerald's depictions of the Jazz Age as a cool yet passionate testament to an age now vanished.' Scotland on Sunday; 'This is a disturbing, brave and very well written book.' Spectator; 'A stylistic tour de force... it is life, not death that this novel affirms.' Sunday Times; 'Adair is a writer of undoubted class and has the gift of sharp portraiture needed to make a picaresque novel sing.' Sunday Telegraph"
Buenas Noches, Buenos Aires by Gilbert Adair takes us in to the head of Gideon, a lonely young Englishman abroad in Paris, with only a secret he is finally obliged to confront.