Thursday December 12, 2019

Hornby returns to form as he looks back to Swinging London

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

15th January, 2015

Nick Hornby has had a good run of things. Beginning his career with the acclaimed Fever Pitch and High Fidelity (the latter made into a brilliant 2000 film starring John Cusack), Hornby was the go-to author for enjoyable prose that made you think. He was blokey – plenty of men sympathised with Cusack’s wandering eye in the film – but likeable; women could relate to him too. But in recent years Hornby’s talent has seemed...

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