Number 11 really is a good if strange novel or rather perhaps a group of loosely connected novellas straddling several genres social realism satire mystery literary fiction and horror number 11 is a scary scathing and often funny reflect this was im ashamed to admit my first jonathan coe novel. A brutal family dynasty shows its staying power in this state of the nation satire that takes in reality tv wealth inequality the death of david kelly and giant spiders. Book review number 11 by jonathan coe jonathan coes new novel is a black hearted satire about the crumbling of modern britain and the point at which childhood gives way to a cold assessment . Number 11 deepens and affirms coes reputation as the best english satirical novelist of our times the spectator a reflection on all that is corrupt and dispiriting about modern life from free market capitalism to social media bullying
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