The final instalment of Simon Okotie's Absalon trilogy, compulsively fastidious to being in the moment. A world filled with tortuous, delicious detail, where protagonist and reader try to work out any progress at all - unforgettable, hilarious and hypnotic.
Simon Okotie was born to Nigerian/English parents. His autobiographical first novel about growing up in rural Norfolk was a runner-up for the 1998 Saga Prize for black British fiction. He has a First Class engineering degree and Master's degrees in Philosophy and Transport Planning. He lives in London.
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