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Iain Banks' daring new novel opens in a loft apartment in the East End, in a former factory due to be knocked down in a few days. Ken Nott is a devoutly contrarian vaguely left wing radio shock-jock living in London. After a wedding breakfast people start dropping fruits from a balcony on to a deserted carpark ten storeys below, then they start dropping other things; an old TV that doesn't work, a blown loudspeaker, beanbags, other unwanted furniture....Then they get carried away and start dropping things that are still working, while wrecking the rest of the apartment. But mobile phones start ringing and they're told to turn on a TV, because a plane has just crashed into the World Trade Centre.

Review:

"The most imaginative British novelist of his generation." The Times

Product Details

ISBN:
9780349116648
Author:
Banks, Iain
Publisher:
Libri
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Edition Description:
NEW ED
Publication Date:
20030703
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Pages:
448
Dimensions:
198 x 126 in.

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