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An extraordinary account of life behind the locked doors of a secure psychiatric ward from a nurse who ...
Martin Amis is the author of twelve previous novels, the memoir Experience, two collections of stories and six collections of non-fiction, most recently The Second Plane. He lives in New York.
'As funny as Dead Babies, as blackly portentous as London Fields and as satirically on-the-nail as Money' Mail on Sunday
'Cracking prose - highly inventive, inimitably stylish and funny' The Times
'Martin Amis is a seriously good writer, and never on better form than now. Experience, the book of his life, may be the book of his life' Daily Telegraph
A remarkable collection of essays and reviews spanning Amis' literary career over three decades.
'It's transfixing - At first it's funny. It teases, exaggerates, deliberates. Then it becomes ferocious, stricken, moving' The Times
'Indignant, angry, personal and strangely touching - Koba the Dread carries a punch, artfully delivered' New York Times
'A daring and ambitious novel' (Daily Telegraph) that was shortlisted for the Booker Prize.
Winner of the Somerset Maugham Award and Martin Amis's celebrated first novel.
'A terrifying, painfully funny Swiftian exercise in moral disgust' Observer
A collection of essays on America by the author of London Fields, Money and Lionel Asbo.