'Belly-achingly hilarious' Sunday Times 'Written with restless wit . . . a pleasure.' Observer 'What makes you smile, and smile, and smile is the elegance of the writing. Seldom was so much pretentiousness skewered so stylishly.' Novel of the Week, Mail on Sunday 'Everything St. Aubyn writes is worth reading for the cleansing rancor of his intelligence and the fierce elegance of his prose.' Anne Enright, New York Times Book Review 'Black and brilliant stuff . . . Very clever and extremely funny.' The Times... the clouds into pink balls of cotton wool. Meanwhile, at ground level, the puddles had already turned into dark pools of glossy chocolate. Sitting in her battered grey Audi A6 3.0 litre TDI with all leather seats, Jane Street was ready to call 19 4.
|Title||:||Lost For Words|
|Author||:||Edward St Aubyn|
|Publisher||:||Pan Macmillan - 2014-05-01|