Faithless

Tough and tender, Faithless reflects the cool edginess of London today Like the London novelists that have preceded him Patrick Hamilton, Iain Sinclair, Nick Hornby John Williams captures the London of his time a London where keeping the faith takes you nowhere fast.
Faithless Tough and tender Faithless reflects the cool edginess of London today Like the London novelists that have preceded him Patrick Hamilton Iain Sinclair Nick Hornby John Williams captures the London o

  • Title: Faithless
  • Author: John Williams
  • ISBN: 9781852425166
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Faithless”

    1. This book does a great job of capturing London in the post-punk days of 1983. The lead character, Jeff, is an ex-saxophonist now working at a used record store (a la High Fidelity). He's drifting aimlessly, trying to figure out what happened to punk, and what's coming next. Some shit goes down, a co-worker is killed, he's besotted by a woman who keeps coming and going from his life, and his life drifts in and out of contact with an old bandmate, turned semi-big time star. Chock full of bars, jun [...]

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *