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|January 1, 2015

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A fun and entertaining essay on the first game in which Martin Amis confesses his addiction to gaming machines in the early eighties and plays homage with unique author guides. At that time, cities around the world were invaded by armies of aliens willing to…
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|May 7, 2013

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An exuberant, acidic satire of modern society and celebrity culture--by a renowned author at the height of his powers.   Young Desmond Pepperdine desires nothing more than books to read and a girl to love. Unfortunately for him, he's the ward of his uncle,…
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|May 3, 2011

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The year is 1970, and the youth of Europe are in the ecstatic throes of the sexual revolution. Though dedicated to the cause they have yet to realize this disturbing truth: that between the death of one social order and the birth of another, there exists a state…
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|July 7, 2015

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From one of England's most renowned authors, a critically acclaimed and unforgettable new novel that provides a searing portrait of life--and, shockingly, love--in a concentration camp.       Once upon a time there was a king, and the…
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|September 9, 2003

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A brilliant weave of personal involvement, vivid biography and political insight, Koba the Dread is the successor to Martin Amis’s award-winning memoir, Experience . Koba the Dread captures the appeal of one of the most powerful belief systems of the 20th…
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|June 12, 2001

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Martin Amis is one of the most gifted and innovative writers of our time. With Experience , he discloses a private life every bit as unique and fascinating as his bestselling novels. He explores his relationship with his beloved father, novelist Kingsley Amis,…
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|July 16, 2002

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Like John Updike, Martin Amis is the preeminent novelist-critic of his generation. Always entertaining, with a razor-sharp wit and inimitable judgment, he expounds on a dazzling range of topics from chess, nuclear weapons, masculinity, screen censorship, to Andy…
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|April 3, 1991

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In Success Amis pens a mismatched pair of foster brothers--one "a quivering condom of neurosis and ineptitude," the other a "bundle of contempt, vanity and stock-response"--in a single London flat. He binds them with ties of class hatred,…
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|This title releases February 6, 2018

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The definitive collection of essays and reportage written during the past thirty years from one of most provocative and widely read writers--with new commentary by the author. For more than thirty years, Martin Amis has turned his keen intellect and unrivaled…
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|March 14, 2000

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"Martin Amis is a stone-solid genius...a dazzling star of wit and insight." -- The Wall Street Journal In this wickedly delightful collection of stories, Martin Amis once again demonstrates why he is a modern master of the form. In "Career…
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|March 19, 1996

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When Richard Tull, frustrated, failed novelist invited to tour America with this oldest friend, internationally bestselling novelist Gwyn Barry, to record the event, his envy and humiliation are complete.  He sets out to gather the information that will…
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|January 5, 2016

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Martin Amis turns to a tricky literary conceit to tell the story of an ex-Nazi, Dr. Tod T. Friendly. Friendly is possessed of two separate voices, one running backward from his death, the other running forward, fleeing his unsavory past. As an added bonus, when…