Waterloo Sunset Paperback – 8 Jun 2009
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About the Author
Richard Ayres lives in Staffordshire. His career was spent working in Further Education before he took early retirement and began writing.
Top Customer Reviews
Comparisons will be made - with the pub crawl in 'Under the Net', with McEwan and the Amises ( 'The Old Devils' in 'London Fields'?) and such exalted company seems entirely appropriate.
As events and truths unfold, the languid pace eventually springs to life.
Richard Ayres prods you, pokes you and at times gets under your skin with opinions, reminiscences and attitudes you never knew you had or memories you had conveniently forgotten. The book touches on events in the latter half of the twentieth century with an insights that are common to us all but expressed with a clarity we sometimes miss. It is through the eyes of the older reader who like the book's characters feels almost invisible and unheard in the fast, brash, uncultured society we now inhabit
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Waterloo Sunset tells the story of a group of old "friends" who were at university together in the early 1960s. Read morePublished on 16 Dec. 2009 by D. A. Smith
An excellent novel with superb characterisation.
As a 41 year old man, I really enjoyed this, particularly the observations that each character makes about the world around... Read more