Written in English
Ray Morris is a tech journalist with a forgettable face, a tiresome manner, a small but dedicated group of friends, and a wife, Garthene, who is pregnant. He is a man who has never been punched above the neck. He has never committed adultery with his actual body. He has never been caught up in a riot, nor arrested, nor tagged by the state, nor become an international hate-figure. Not until the summer of 2011, when discontent is rising on the streets and within his marriage.
|LC Classifications||PR6104.U58 A67 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||2017034982|
To read “The Adulterants” is to fall in love with a fool. Not Joe Dunthorne, the British author—he’s no fool—but Ray, the book’s thirty-something antihero. To be precise, I fell in love at the top of page five where I encountered the first of Ray’s deeply focused, but not-so-deep observations: › Books › Literature & Fiction › Humor & Satire. 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. Read more. Customers who read this book have also read › Fiction › Contemporary Fiction. 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 • The Adulterants is published by Hamish Hamilton. To order a copy for £ (RRP £) go to or call Free UK p&p over £10, online orders ://
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