By John Niven

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It is 2017 – the time of Trump, Brexit and faux information. And time for the go back of Steven Stelfox, precisely 20 years on from his Britpop heyday.

Now forty-seven and wealthy past the desires of avarice, Stelfox works simply sometimes as a track ‘consultant’. A fixer. an issue solver. He’s had a decision from his previous buddy James Trellick, now president of Unigram, one of many biggest list businesses in the USA. Trellick has a major headache on his palms within the form of...

Lucius Du Pre. the largest pop megastar on the earth. good, as soon as the most important pop megastar in the world. Now he’s a helpless junkie and a prolific, unrepentant sexual predator. via a programme of debt restructuring so complicated even Trellick can slightly are aware of it, Du Pre is vastly in hock to the list corporation. the single manner he can very likely pay it off is to embark on a global comeback travel he’s in no form to do. the image is extra complex while the fogeys of 1 of Du Pre’s ‘special neighbors’ start blackmailing him. If their video will get out, Du Pre’s model could be totally poisonous and should take Unigram down with it.

Enter Stelfox degree correct. in basic terms he has the inability of morality to spin this one. With stealth and crafty he starts off to chart a street out of the nightmare and to make a killing within the approach. For this age of ‘American carnage’ – of populism, of the bottom universal denominator, of the large Lie – is actually Stelfox’s time to polish. yet during this time of uncertainty, not anything is a given.

‘A banging motion satirical mystery. yet it’s additionally a formal novel in regards to the Trumpian period, of the truth television period, the pretend information period. It’s controlled to claim loads of issues in a fashion that only a few different novels are doing and in a really comedic way.’ Irvine Welsh

‘John Niven is aware our period higher than nearly anyone.’ Douglas Coupland

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