"Sulphuric Acid" tells the story of a reality TV death camp, which has become the nation's obsession - an amoral spectacle played out through the media. It is a blackly funny and shocking satire on the modern predilection for reality television and celebrity, in which the audience at home develops a taste for blood.
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(197mm x 125mm x 12mm)
Faber & Faber
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Author Biography - Amelie Nothomb
Belgian by nationality, Amelie Nothomb was born in Japan, and now lives in Paris. Described in the New York Times as 'slyly outrageous', she is the bestselling author of fifteen novels, translated into thirty languages. Her highly acclaimed UK debut, The Book of Proper Names, was published in 2004.