British sexual comedy about a modern day Don Juan who happens to have problems with his father. "A writer who can make you laugh out loud on the bus" (The Observer). In the tradition of Kingsley Amis and David Lodge.
What an unusual story! The main character and voice of the book is a real oddball, it's interesting to try to understand his odd take on things. The book reminds me a little of Confederacy of Dunces as well as The Ginger Man, but definitely not a carbon copy of either. Interesting and funny.