Bilton Paperback – 5 Apr 1999
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the book is written in first person, and the narrator is a struggling jouranlist, whos strange colleague finds himself the cntre of the media spotlight after a bizaree fracas with the prime minister
what is covered particularly well are the inane columns the author is forced into writing, (hard to look at a sunday supplement the same again), and biltons ascent to celebrity and the inevitable consequences.
The story of a rabidly marxist young journalist who is out to change the system, and by accident actually gets a chance to at least influence it, has great potential, but I felt there was a lot of wasted opportunity.
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I love Andrew Martin's books but not this one. I found it boringPublished 12 months ago by Christopher Mills
Tails away in the second half of the book when vast tracts of time start to be covered in small numbers of pages. Read morePublished on 20 Mar. 2014 by Amazon Customer