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'The repetitions and ruminations of a multitude of inner voices, the comic set pieces and the horrified hyperreal prose are as spot-on as ever, but Connolly's new and deeper subject for steely dissection is the pain of abandonment' Guardian.
'Connolly's immaculately plotted comedy-of-manners ... like a weird mix of Dickens and Martin Amis ...This is the sort of book it is quite impossible to put down' The Times.
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