Summary

Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of The Mark and the Void by Paul Murray, read by Charlie Anson.
What links the Bank of Torabundo, www.myhotswaitress.com (yes, hots with an s, don't ask), an art heist, a novel called For Love of a Clown, a four-year-old boy named after TV detective Remington Steele, a lonely French banker, a tiny Pacific island, and a pest control business run by an ex-KGB man? You've guessed it....
The Mark and the Void is a stirring examination of the deceptions carried out in the names of art, love and commerce - and is also probably the funniest novel ever written about a financial crisis.
©2015 Paul Murray (P)2015 Penguin Books Ltd.
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3 out of 5 stars
By Alison on 16-04-16

Well read - and with patches of brilliance...

...but I was disappointed that this book did not reach the standard of Skippy Dies, which I really loved. I didn't want this book to be the same, but I did want it to be as good. In my opinion, it isn't.

The trademark dark humour is there but only in patches really; and I was not gripped by the story.

The narration was very good.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Coco the Coo on 30-10-16

A modern day masterpiece!

Without saying too much, this was one of the most relevant, articulate, inspiring and lucid books I've ever had the pleasure of listening to.

I now know what everyone I know is getting for Christmas this year!

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