Time's Arrow: SHORTLISTED FOR THE BOOKER PRIZE 1991
Tod. T. Friendly is living his life backwards.
Doctor Friendly has just died, but after weeks of improving in the hospital, he is sent home to his affable, melting-pot, primary-colour existence in suburban America.
From the fresh-cut lawns of his retirement to the hustle of New York, and then the boat back to war-torn Europe, Friendly carries with him a secret. Trapped in his body from grave to cradle, Friendly’s consciousness can only watch as he struggles to make sense of the good doctor’s most ambitious project yet – the final solution.
SHORTLISTED FOR THE BOOKER PRIZE
'Amis's most daring and ambitious novel' Daily Telegraph
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