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  • 304

    Pages
  • 9780140283686

    ISBN
  • 110 mm

    Width
  • 176 mm

    Height
  • 164 gram

    Weight
  • NEW

    Edition
  • PAPERBACK

    Binding
  • 15 NOVEMBER 2000

    Publish Date
  • 6 mm

    Spine Width

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    Meet Lisa, Guy, Keri, Graham, Helen, and Josh. With a tangle of secret lusts hovering amongst them, it only takes one betrayal to trigger a sudden collapse of social and sexual decorum. As these young Londoners fall in and out of bed with one another in a series of sexual adventures, misadventures, accidents, triumphs, and failures, casual indiscretions begin to have irrev Meet Lisa, Guy, Keri, Graham, Helen, and Josh. With a tangle of secret lusts hovering amongst them, it only takes one betrayal to trigger a sudden collapse of social and sexual decorum. As these young Londoners fall in...  Read More

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    William Sutcliffe

    William Sutcliffe is a British novelist.

    An alumnus of Haberdashers Askes School, Sutcliffe started his career with a novel about school life entitled New Boy (1996), which was followed by his best-known work so far, Are You Experienced? (1997), a pre-university gap year novel, in which a group of young Brits travel to India without really knowing what to expect or what to do there. The Love Hexagon (2000) is about six young Londoners who have difficulty committing themselves to a relationship. Bad Influence (2004), is about Olly, a 10 year old growing up in a North London suburb with his family, and the plot centres around the complex knot of his childhood friendships. Sutcliffes most recent book, Whatever Makes You Happy (2008), is about interfering mothers and men who refuse to grow up.

    Sutcliffes novels could be categorised as humorous. New Boy has much authentic material in it that refers to actual incidents from his life at Haberdashers, although it would be going too far to call it autobiographical.

    In 2009, he donated the short story Sandcastles: A Negotiation to Oxfams Ox-Tales project, four collections of UK stories written by 38 authors. Sutcliffes story was published in the Fire collection.[1]

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