I read this book a few years ago, and have just picked it up again. It really is rather good. London is portrayed wonderfully, its grime, its perculiarities, its downright strangeness (I am currently suffering withdrawal systomes, being based on the Cote d'Azur, so this is especially appealing to me). The writing is sharp, it's funny, it's just plain good. Amis disects the British class system with painfully accuracy. I would recommend the novel 'Money' to anyone who enjoyed 'success'. I may be going 'tonto'... As Keith Talent might say... 'Nice Darts'.
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