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What an amnesiac young woman discovers about her violently erased past is only one of the riddles in this eerie, blackly funny, and sometimes disorienting novel by the author of London Fields. Amis offers a revealing look at how someone with no memory constructs a self in a dangerous world.
"Powerful and electrifying... Other People is a metaphysical thriller, Kafka reshot in the style of Psycho." — J. G. Ballard
"One of the most gifted novelists of his generation." — Time
"Amis is a force unto himself... There is, quite simply, no one else like him." — Jonathan Yardley, Washington Post Book World
Posted September 30, 2001
Other People:A Mystery Story was very interesting, and it captures you from the first page. Although some parts were rather disturbing, and eerie, over all this was a fabulous book. The first time reading it was a bit confusing, but it all pieces together like a jig-saw puzzle. I hope you have enjoyed it as much as I have, and if you have not read this, i highly reccomend it! You'll love it!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.