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‘A classic.’ The Times
‘A remarkable novel.’ Wall Street Journal
** With a new foreword by Brandon Taylor, author of Real Life and Filthy Animals **
With your book sales at an all-time low, your family falling apart, and your agent telling you you’re not black enough, what’s an author to do? Thelonius ‘Monk’ Ellison has the answer. Or does he . . . ?
Winner of the Hurston/Wright Legacy Award for Fiction
‘One of the most original and forceful novels to have emerged from America in years.’ TLS
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‘Seminal doesn’t even come close. This novel is Everett at his finest, full of trademark protest, humanity and incisive humour, all wrapped up in one hell of a story.’ Courttia Newland
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