Paperback $14.95

Jan 04, 2005 | 352 Pages

Ebook $11.99

Sep 17, 2014 | 352 Pages

  • Paperback $14.95

    Jan 04, 2005 | 352 Pages

  • Ebook $11.99

    Sep 17, 2014 | 352 Pages

Praise

“[Yellow Dog is] raucously funny, relentlessly fast-paced, delightfully intricate. . . . A marvelous novel, a powerful book, a work of pain and madness and love . . . a work of seriousness. A work of beauty.” –Baltimore Sun

“Amis is a force unto himself. . . . There is, quite simply, no one else like him.” –The Washington Post Book World

“Fizzingly intelligent . . . . mind-tinglingly good . . . Like all great writers, [Amis] seems to have guessed what you thought about the world, and then expressed it far better than you ever could. . . . As he probes a human world increasingly disconnected from itself, Amis has found a subject to match the tessellated polish of his style. Here it all adds up.” –The Observer

“Viciously funny . . . zingingly vivid.” –The Spectator

“Brilliant and hilarious, and the insights into contemporary culture are disturbingly prescient. . . . A novel of many pleasures–and a novel to be reckoned with.” –Publishers Weekly

“Martin Amis [has] come back kicking and screaming.” –San Francisco Chronicle

“Martin Amis at his best, in all his shifting registers, his drolleries and ferocities, his unsparing comic drive, his aesthetic dawdlings and beguilements, his wry, confident relish of his own astonishing effects.” –The Guardian

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