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The adulterants / Joe Dunthorne.

The adulterants / Joe Dunthorne.
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Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date
A30003022257354B FIC DUNTH
FICTION   Brunswick Library . . On Loan . 24 Dec 2018
A30003022257396B FIC DUNTH
FICTION   Coburg Library . . Available .  
A30003022257438B FIC DUNTH
FICTION   Glenroy Library . . Available .  
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ISBN 9780241305478 (hbk.)
Name Dunthorne, Joe author.
Title The adulterants / Joe Dunthorne.
London 2018.
Content Types text
still image
Media Types unmediated
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Summary Ray is not a bad guy. He mostly did not cheat on his heavily pregnant wife. He only sometimes despises every one of his friends. And though his career as a freelance tech journalist is dismal and he spends his afternoons churning out third-rate listicles in his boxer briefs, he dreams of making a difference. But Ray is about to learn that his special talent is for making things worse. Brace yourself for a wickedly funny look at the modern everyman. The Adulterants is an uproarious tale of competitively sensitive men and catastrophic open marriages, riots on the streets of London and Internet righteousness, and one man's valiant quest to come of age in his thirties. With lacerating wit and wry affection, Joe Dunthorne dissects the urban millennial psyche of a man too old to be an actual millennial.
Subjects Humorous stories
Black humor
Men -- Fiction
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