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From the confessions of an ex-Miss World to the last stand of an elderly nymphomaniac, the power struggles of brother and sister castaways to the quandaries of a fly-on-the-wall documentary-maker on a tantric sex weekend, Davidson's enigmatic narrators tell all. A fitting follow-up to his explosive first novel "Scar Culture", Davidson brings his playful touch and extraordinary imagination to these glittering, fantastic stories.
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Toni Davidson was born in Ayr in 1965. He has edited And Thus I Will Freely Sing (1989) and Intoxication: An Anthology of Stimulant-Based Writing (1998). His novel Scar Culture was published in 1999 to rapturous acclaim.Review:
Toni Davidson is as good as Irvine Welsh, more clear-sighted than James Kelman - well-paced, well-written and compelling. * * Times Literary Supplement * * A wonderful collection. It contains writing that often threatens to overwhelm the reader with explorative potential . . . If we need to wait another seven years for more, then so be it. As long as it keeps coming. -- Niall Griffiths * * Guardian * * Compelling, mesmeric prose. * * Herald * *
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