Dead Babies

Dead Babies by 20266

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"It`s transfixing — At first it`s funny. It teases, exaggerates, deliberates. Then it becomes ferocious, stricken, moving." — The Times

Blitzed on uppers, downers, blue movies and bellinis, the bacchanalia bent bon-vivants ensconced at Appleseed Rectory for the weekend are reeling in an hallucinatory haze of sex and seduction. But as Friday melts into Saturday and Saturday spirals into Sunday and sobriety sets in, the orgiastic romp descends to disastrous depths.

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Martin Amis ( Martin Amis ) Great Britain, 25.8.1949 Everything in Martin Amis`s life contributed to his becoming a writer. He was born in the family of the famous writer Kingsley Amis, whose house was visited by many poets and prose writers. At Oxford, one of his teachers was Jonathan Wordsworth, a descendant of the poet William Wordsworth. At 21, Martin Amis was already writing book reviews for the weekly. At 24, Martin Amis published his first novel. Two years later - the second, and three more - his third novel "Success". Today Martin Amis is the author of three dozen books and, according to critics, one of the most significant authors in Britain, along with John Fowles, Julian Barnes and Ian McEwan. The writer`s site is http://www.martinamisweb.com/.

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Martin Amis ( Martin Amis ) Great Britain, 25.8.1949 Everything in Martin Amis`s life contributed to his becoming a writer. He was born in the family of the famous writer Kingsley Amis, whose house was visited by many poets and prose writers. At Oxford, one of his teachers was Jonathan Wordsworth, a descendant of the poet William Wordsworth. At 21, Martin Amis was already writing book reviews for the weekly. At 24, Martin Amis published his first novel. Two years later - the second, and three more - his third novel "Success". Today Martin Amis is the author of three dozen books and, according to critics, one of the most significant authors in Britain, along with John Fowles, Julian Barnes and Ian McEwan. The writer`s site is http://www.martinamisweb.com/.