A Spot of Bother Paperback (Old-Good) - by Mark Haddon

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A Spot of Bother Paperback (Old-Good) - by Mark Haddon

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  • Item Weight : 250 g

  • Paperback : 288 pages

  • ISBN-13 : 978-0099450252

  • Product dimensions : 12.9 x 2.2 x 19.8 cm

  • Publisher : Vintage (1 April 2004)

  • Language: : English

  • Condition : Old ( Good)


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Wondrous...brilliantly inventive...dazzling. Not simply the most original novel I've read in years - it's also one of the best, The Times

Exceptional by any standards. Both funny and deeply moving, Sunday Telegraph

Outstanding. Heartening as well as richly entertaining. A stunningly good read, Independent

Superbly realised. A funny as well as a sad book. Brilliant, Guardian

A remarkable book. An impressive achievement and a rewarding read, Time Out

A magical book. It's one of those books that makes you feel as though you have been on an emotional rollercoaster., Carrie Grant, Sunday Express

Brilliantly empathetic. Believe the hype: a brilliant, heart-warming book, Scotsman

In telling a painful story in the voice of a 15-year-old boy with Asperger's, Haddon broadens ordinary minds and helps to understand how they work, too., Daily Telegraph

Mark Haddon's portrayal of an emotionally dissociated mind is a superb achievement. He is a wise and bleakly funny writer with rare gifts of empathy -- Ian McEwan

I have never read anything quite like Mark Haddon's funny and agonizingly honest book, or encountered a narrator more vivid and memorable. I advise you to buy two copies; you won't want to lend yours out, Arthur Golden, author of 'Memoirs of a Geisha'


About the Author


Mark Haddon is a writer and artist. His bestselling novel, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, was published simultaneously by Jonathan Cape and David Fickling in 2003. It won seventeen literary prizes, including the Whitbread Award. In 2012, a stage adaptation by Simon Stephens was produced by the National Theatre and went on to win 7 Olivier Awards in 2013 and the 2015 Tony Award for Best Play. In 2005 his poetry collection, The Talking Horse and the Sad Girl and the Village Under the Sea, was published by Picador, and his play, Polar Bears, was produced by the Donmar Warehouse in 2010. His most recent novel, The Red House, was published by Jonathan Cape in 2012. The Pier Falls, a collection of short stories, was also published by Cape in 2016. To commemorate the centenary of the Hogarth Press he wrote and illustrated a short story that appeared alongside Virginia Woolf's first story for the press in Two Stories (Hogarth, 2017).
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