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High Fidelity

High Fidelity" is Nick Hornby's hilarious and heart-breaking first novel bestseller. Do you know your desert-island, all-time, top five most memorable split-ups? Rob does. He keeps a list, in fact. But Laura isn't on it - even though she's just become his latest ex. He's got his life back, you see. He can just do what he wants when he wants: like listen to whatever music he likes, look up the girls that are on his list, and generally behave as if Laura never mattered. But Rob finds he can't move on. He's stuck in a really deep groove - and it's called Laura. Soon, he's asking himself some big questions: about love, about life - and about why we choose to share ours with the people we do. A million-copy bestseller, and adapted into a 2000 film starring John Cusack, "High Fidelity" explores the world of break-ups, make-ups and what it is to be in love. This astutely observed and wickedly funny book will be enjoyed by readers of David Nicholls and William Boyd, and by generations of readers to come. "It will give enormous pleasure at the same time as expanding in a small but worthwhile way, the range of English literature". ("Independent on Sunday"). "Leaves you believing not only in the redemptive power of music but above all the redemptive power of love. Funny and wise, sweet and true". ("Independent"). "A triumphant first novel. True to life, very funny and moving". ("Financial Times"). Nick Hornby has captivated readers and achieved great critical acclaim for his comic, well-observed novels "About a Boy", "How to be Good", "A Long Way Down" (shortlisted for the Whitbread Award), "Slam" and "Juliet, Naked". His three works of non-fiction, "31 Songs" (shortlisted for the National Book Critics Circle Award), "Fever Pitch" (winner of the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award) and "The Complete Polysyllabic Spree" are also available from Penguin.

Product Overview
ISBN 9780241950265
Categories BX, Contemporary Fiction, Fiction
Author(s) Nick Hornby
Publisher Penguin
Pages 256
Format Paperback
Dimensions 12.9cm x 1.6cm x 19.8cm
Weight 0.24 kg
Notes The book images and summary displayed may be of a different edition or binding of the same title.

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