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Fitzgerald’s classic tale of jazz-era New York and the mysterious, party-throwing millionaire Jay Gatsby.

It’s 1922 and New York is electric. A hotbed of jazz, glamour and scandal. The playground of the super-rich. And the new home of Nick Carraway, a Mid-Western man chasing his American dream.

For eighty dollars a month, Carraway finds himself the unlikely neighbour of his beautiful cousin Daisy Buchannan and a mysterious millionaire – Jay Gatsby.

From the shadow of Gatsby’s mansion, Carraway is drawn into the glittering, captivating world of the wealthy – their parties, their love affairs, and their lies. And as he watches his new friends, he writes their story. A tale of roaring excess, impossible love and the devastating, tragic consequences.

Reviews

Written almost 100 years ago, this is a sharply-observed and clearly written novel, as relevant today as it must have always been.
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