Fb2 Joy ePub
by Jonathan Lee
|Publisher:||William Heinemann (7 Jun 2012) (2012)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1897 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1764 kb|
|Digital formats:||txt azw mobi doc|
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Jonathan Lee (born 24 April 1981) is a British writer best known as the author of the novels Who Is Mr Satoshi?, Joy, and High Dive. The Guardian has described Lee as "a major new voice in British fiction. The Observer called it 'elegant and incisive', The Independent said it was a 'masterful first novel', The Daily Telegraph called it a 'funny, insightful and beautiful' and The Daily Mail described the novel as 'dream-like.
Did she jump? Did she fall? Will she wake? On an ordinary Friday afternoon in the office, talented young lawyer Joy Stephens plummets forty feet onto a marble floor. In the shadow of this baffling event, the lives of those closest to her begin to collide and change in unexpected ways. There is Dennis, her disgraced husband, who finds consolation in books; her colleague Peter, whose refuge is a mix of hedonism and hard work; Barbara, Joy's prickly PA, who'd be content if only she could get away to New York; and Samir, Joy's hygiene-obsessed personal trainer, who escapes into exercise routines and other, stranger rituals. In a sparkling glass office in London's Square Mile—a place bursting with flirtations, water cooler confrontations and dangerous amounts of abject boredom—each of them is forced to question what they've witnessed, and to face past moments that have defined Joy's life, as well as their own.
Jonathan Lee was born in 1981 and lives in London. His first novel, Who is Mr Satoshi?, was nominated for the Desmond Elliot Prize 2011 and shortlisted for an MJA Open Book Award 2011. The BBC's Culture Show programme recently featured him as being one of Britain's 'best new novelists.'