Umbrella by Will Self

Anyone who has ever done any creative writing course will know how you are taught the importance of punctation, texture, paragraphs and chapters. Will Self uses none of those niceties in this book about a woman, Audrey Death, who is woken from a catatonic slumber which has lasted 40 years by Zack Busner, a psychiatrist.

I've bought the book and I am going to try reading it despite all the dire warnings from the reviewers - see you on the other side.

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