Andrew Osmond

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Andrew Osmond (born 4 March 1967) is a contemporary British novelist.

Literary career[edit]

Osmond is the author of cult fiction titles such as Big Fish (2004), High (2004) and Young British Slacker (2006). Big Fish was described by Spike[1] as a must read for wannabe globe-trotters, armchair travellers and mystery fans, alike. Midwest Book Reviews said of Young British Slacker: "...compels the readers' attention with its unique writing style and tactile-perfect realism in its stream of consciousness thoughts and emotions of a wage slave."[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Spike magazine description (accessed 30 Jan 2007)
  2. ^ Midwest book review opinion (accessed 30 Jan 2007)