[[ Read ]] ➱ Money Author Martin Amis – Diclofenac16.us

Money Absolutely One Of The Funniest, Smartest, Meanest Books I Know John Self, The Rabelaisian Narrator Of The Novel, Is An Advertising Man And Director Of TV Commercials Who Lurches Through London And Manhattan, Eating, Drinking, Drugging And Smoking Too Much, Buying Too Much Sex, And Caring For Little Else Besides Getting The Big Movie Deal That Will Make Him Lots Of Money Hey, It Was The 80s Most Importantly, However, Amis In Money Musters Sheer Entertainment Power In Any Single Sentence Than Most Writers Are Lucky To Produce In A Career.

[[ Read ]] ➱ Money  Author Martin Amis – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 363 pages
  • Money
  • Martin Amis
  • English
  • 10 June 2018
  • 0140088911

    10 thoughts on “[[ Read ]] ➱ Money Author Martin Amis – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    Yes, you are right Money is about Money But not the everyday money one needs to go on with the daily business of living It is The Money The sort people go bonkers to attain to overcome their fears To suppress the thinking monster who is ready to rear its head at a moment s notice, when the guards are low, those fleeting moments when lust or power hang on to relax, freeing the mind from their rein temporarily But that freedom is ephemeral, for there is no escape from Money John Self Yes, you are right Money is about Money But not the everyday money one needs to go on with the daily business of living It is The Money The sort people go bonkers to attain to overcome their fears To suppress the thinking monster who is ready to rear its head at a moment s notice, when the guards are low, those fleeting moments when lust or power hang on to relax, freeing the mind from their rein temporarily But that freedom is ephemeral, for there is no escape from Money John Self is a rogue One, who is impatient to make money,andmoney in life to spend in excess One who remains drunk all day long Night too For days at st...


  2. says:

    I loathed this book, especially its reekingly horrid, brain damagingly idiotic mess of an ending, which felt like watching a drug addicted alcoholic trainwreck you ve seen self destructing for years finally have his royal rock bottom meltdown into utter psychosis, destitution, and multiple organ failure But Jess you might be yelling Wasn t that the point Probably, almost definitely, but really, I gotta ask was this point really one that needed to be made I think not, yet close to a year I loathed this book, especially its reekingly horrid, brain damagingly idiotic mess of an ending, which felt like watching a drug addicted alcoholic trainwreck you ve seen self destructing for years finally have his roya...


  3. says:

    Note Written in 2007, when my prose style was at an all time low.I would like to begin this review with a statement I am not a rich man The highest amount of capital I have ever accrued amounts to approximately two thousand British pounds, and after reading Money A Suicide Note from Martin Amis, I can also state in all conviction that will do quite nicely for me I picked this book up expecting a white hot s...


  4. says:

    UPDATE Did I really not give this five stars What the fuck was I thinking I rate all other books on Goodreads in terms of as good as MONEY, not as good as MONEY, and possibly better than MONEY in some ways but then again not really.I don t know what book I thought I was going to find out there, that was going to be an entire star better than Martin Amis MONEY, but I haven t found it yet If I ever do encounter such a mindbusting blockbender of a book I hear Twilight is good then...


  5. says:

    How about a story where the narrator is an absolute pig who spends most of the novel blind drunk as he careens from blackout to blackout while being a completely self absorbed and oblivious asshole who survives on a diet of fast food and pornography He s also the kind of guy who gets in bar brawls and occasionally smacks women around Sound like fun Actually, it is John Self is a British director of crass TV commercials who is about to make his first movie with an American producer John ping How about a story where the narrator is an absolute pig who spends most of the novel blind drunk as he careens fr...


  6. says:

    Thank You, Dear Gentle Reader It s 5 pm on a Saturday in New York The Reader walks into a bar where he works as a barman In his bag is a copy of the novel Money , which he has been reading on the subway on the journey to and from work He hasn t checked the pages, but he s almost finished Soon after setting up, he is joined by his first customer, a dishevelled, but interesting looking, character he doesn t think he s seen before The customer is holding a folded piece of paper in his left han Thank You, Dear Gentle Reader It s 5 pm on a Saturday in New York The Reader wa...


  7. says:

    This was really an essential text for me I first read it shortly after it came out in the U.S 1985 and it was like nothing I had ever come across before A hydrogen bomb of a novel The sheer speed of the narrative, the word play, the telling detail In short Money possessed the masterful technique that causes a narrative to jump from the page Though originality we now know is something of a misnomer every artist has his or her models and Amis has always been quite frank about his never This was really an essential text for me I first read it shortly after it came out in the U.S 1985 and it was like nothing I had ever come across before A hydrogen bomb of a novel The sheer speed of the narrative, the word play, the telling detail In short Money possessed the masterful technique that causes a narrative to jump fr...


  8. says:

    A sleazy masterpiece of rhythm and voice, Money is Martin Amis at his most decadent and vitriolic Taking no prisoners, this novel moves at a jetlagged frenzy, hopping back and forth between London and New York City as our narrator, the bloated and repulsive John Self, wheels and deals with perverse moneymen and insecure actors as he tries his damnedest to make his pet project of a movie, Good Money or Bad Money, depending on which hasappeal with test audiences , a money spewing success A sleazy masterpiece of rhythm and voice, Money is Martin Amis at his most decadent and vitriolic Taking no prisoners, this novel moves at a jetlagged frenzy, hopping back and forth between London and New York City as our narrator, the bloated and repulsive John Self, wheels and deals with perverse moneymen and insecure actors as he tries his damnedest to make his pet project of a movie, Good Money or Bad Money, depending on which hasappeal with test audiences , a money spewing success All that stands in his way is ...


  9. says:

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  10. says:

    One of the books that are hard to read but once you re done, you just would like to read them again It is just too beautiful that the fulfillment that you get from it is indescribable My first time to read a Martin Amis book and definitely will not be the last.Despite the many references that probably only Londoners or New Yorkers two settings of the story might be familiar with, the staccato narration and John Self s vicious vices those I cannot relate with except of course good food , the One of the books that are hard to read but once you re done, you just would like to read them again It is just too beautiful that the fulfillment that you get from it is indescribable My first time to read a Martin Amis book and definitely will not be the last.Despite the many references that probably only Londoners or New Yorkers two settings of the story might be familiar with, the staccato narration and John Self s vicious vices those I cannot relate with except of course good food , the playful tone and the narration towards the end are simply brilliant If you stop reading before reaching the last page of the book, I can understand if you dish this book out as a failure What I am trying to say is this you have to read all the pages to appreciate the book s riveting beauty There are many un...

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