The Second Plane by Martin Amis
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The Second Plane Summary
A master not only of fiction but also of fiercely controversial political engagement, Martin Amis here gathers fourteen pieces that constitute an evolving, provocative, and insightful examination of the most momentous event of our time.
The Second Plane Reviews
"[The Second Plane] fires a welcome, left-tending salvo
Amis proves eminently readable, his observations enlightening." - Kirkus Reviews.
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Martin Amis Author Biography
Martin Amis was born Martin Louis Amis on 25 August 1949, the second of three children to Kingsley and Hilary (Hilly) Amis (nee Bardwell). He is the author of twelve previous novels, the memoir Experience, two collections of stories and six of nonfiction. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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