Something to Tell You
Hanif Kureishi’s Something to Tell You is a wonderfully colourful, warm and epic novel of London life, love, sex and regret from one of Britain’s greatest contemporary writers.
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Jamal Khan, a psychoanalyst in his fifties living in London, is haunted by memories of his teens: his first love, Ajita; the exhilaration of sex, drugs and politics; and a brutal act of violence which changed his life for ever. As he and his best friend Henry attempt to make the sometimes painful, sometimes comic transition to their divorced middle age, balancing the conflicts of desire and dignity, Jamal’s teenage traumas make a shocking return into his present life.
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