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High Fideltity / Fever Pitch / How To Be Good / About A Boy

High Fidelity - If you missed it the first time . . . Nick Hornby's acclaimed first novel High Fidelity. ‘Brilliant . . . a very funny and concise explanation of why we men are as we are. If you are male, you should read it and then make your partner read it, so they will no longer hate you but pity you instead.’ - Harry Enfield, Independent on Sunday. ‘It's quite sad, very funny and extremely cleverly observed.’ - Mail on Sunday.

Fever Pitch - A hilarious exploration of what drives men to football - by the man who made funny, self-deprecating, thirty-something fiction hot property ages before Bridget Jones stumbled onto the scene.

How To Be Good - Nick Hornby gets inside the head of a mixed-up mum in this hilariously smart tale of modern marriage, parenthood and low or no fidelity

About A Boy - When Will meets Marcus, an uncool 12-year-old with the wrong hair, clothes, taste in music and a suicidal mother, he needs help. Arrested adolescent that he is, Will is the man for the job


Nick Hornby was born in 1957, and is the author of: Fever Pitch, High Fidelity, About a Boy, and How to Be Good. He also edited the collection of short stories, Speaking with the Angel and is the pop music critic for the New Yorker. In 1999, Hornby was awarded the E.M.Forster award by the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He is a graduate of Cambridge University and was a teacher before turning to writing full-time. Before turning his attention to fiction, Hornby was a regular contributor to Esquire, the London Sunday Times, and The Independent. He has also written for GQ, Elle, Time, The New Republic, Vogue, and Premiere . Two of Nick Hornby's previous books were number-one bestsellers in England: the 1995 novel High Fidelity, a critic's favorite on both sides of the Atlantic; and his first book, the memoir Fever Pitch. Film rights for High Fidelity were bought by Disney's Touchstone Pictures, and the major motion picture starring John Cusack was a hit both in the U.S. and abroad. A film version of Fever Pitch, with a screenplay by Hornby, was released in England by Channel Four Films. Robert DeNiro's Tribeca Films and New Line recently paid nearly three million dollars for the screen rights to About a Boy. Nick Hornby lives in North London, within walking distance of his favorite football team, the Arsenal.

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