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`A superb and humane social critic'
`Cleverly written, intelligent, lively, concise and humorous. And
it gives the reader that final buzz - it's serious' -- Guardian
`One of the most gifted writers of his generation ... whatever he
does makes fascinating reading' -- Observer
`Witty, acerbic and buoyed by observational gifts, McInerney's
writing is never less than deft' -- Financial Times
Living in Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan, Christopher Ransom seeks a purity and simplicity he could not find at home, and tries to exorcise the terror he encountered earlier in his travels- a blur of violence and terror at the Kyhber Pass. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
Have you ever thought that if you just got rid of everything, packed your backpack and went away somewhere far from here, you might be able to make sense of your life? Read morePublished on 14 Mar. 2002 by Egeria
This is the second novel by Jay McInerney, which is not yet published in the UK.
Having read all McInerney's other novels it comes as a surprise that this one is not set... Read more
Mawkish yet self-deprecating, boring yet interesting, ineffectual yet captivating. This novel fits all categories. Read morePublished on 18 May 1999