Book recommendation: ‘A Week in December’ by Sebastian Faulks

“A vicious satire on modern life.” — Daily Telegraph, review in the best of the recent financial fiction

“The novel is cleverly plotted and eminently readable…” –The Sunday Times

“Faulks never writes a hackneyed or lazy sentence, polishing each with care” — Independent on Sunday

“a zeitgeisty novel about the effects of greed, celebrity, the electronic age and the fragmentation of urban life.” — Cath Kidston Magazine

“It’s gripping stuff […] Sweeping and satirical, A Week in December is a thrilling state-of-the-nation novel.”
— Cath Kidston Magazine

“This intriguing book… takes the reader on a whistle-stop tour of society…” –Waterstone’s Books Quarterly, November 2010

“One can’t mistake Faulk’s ambition, and his take on the contemporary life is never less than readable” –Sunday Herald


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April 25, 2012 · babybarista · Comments Closed
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