‘Something for the twenty first century.’
       Graham Greene


‘Satyrday takes up where Petronius’s Satyricon left off.’
         Roger Lewis, Tatler


‘Mordant, energetic and outrageous . . . ’
            Camille Paglia


‘ . . . a post-punk world of unspeakable violence, snuff movies, non-stop sex, perversion, greed and genocide . . . I couldn’t clench my fist after reading it . . . the single most shocking scene I can remember reading in a novel . . . I flung it across the room.’
Richard Dorment, Literary Review


‘Beware. Do not read this book while travelling to work by train or bus: you will laugh so much, your fellow passengers will think you’re having an attack of something nasty.’
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