"Delivers well-judged wisdom." —Oliver James, author, They F*** You Up
"Achingly funny and wise . . . vastly entertaining." —Daily Mail
"Michael Foley's entertaining, intelligent book may just help you get over yourself. . . . Absurdly readable." —Observer
"Bound to be compared to the works of Patrick McCabe and Roddy Doyle, Foley's novel is stingingly funny, ruefully perceptive and anything but unremarkable." —Publishers Weekly on Getting Used to Not Being Remarkable
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About the Author
Michael Foley was born in Derry, Northern Ireland, but since 1972 he has lived in London, working as a Lecturer in Information Technology. He has published four novels, four collections of poetry and a collection of translations from French poetry, which have earned impressive reviews from The Guardian, New Statesman and New York Times. The Age of Absurdity is his first non-fiction book.