Set in a near-future America, an America that has borne two terms of a Trump Presidency, Frank, a good man with a terminal diagnosis complies a F*ck-it List: list of those that he would like to kill. Part political satire, part compulsive thriller, The F*ck-it List is John Niven at his coruscating best. Shy and introverted, Pete stopped speaking from age 4 to 7, and found refuge instead in the bittersweet embrace of pop songs, thanks to Top of the Pops and Dial-A-Disc. Never have the trials and tribulations of growing up and the human need for a sense of belonging been so heart-breakingly and humorously depicted as in Pete Paphides’ Broken Greek. The two discuss their new books and of course their shared love of music with Hugo Rifkind.
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