Todd Milstead is a failed writer and a horrible man, even by the standards of late ‘70s America. But even he is confused when he realises he is the only person in the world who remembers an enormously-successful novel called All My Colours. And when Todd discovers that he remembers it well enough to copy it out and submit as his own, he thinks the answer to all his problems has arrived. Until the book that never existed takes its revenge.
All My Colours is darkly funny and cheerfully unpleasant in a Richard Bachman stylee. It is written by Emmy-winning comedy writer David Quantick.
‘David Quantick has a medical condition whereby he literally cannot be unfunny.’Caitlin Moran David Quantick was born in 1961 and grew up in Devon. He has written for magazines and newspapers for 30 years, mostly the New Musical Express and Q magazine. He has also pursued a parallel career as a television writer and radio broadcaster with his own critically-rated shows One, 52 First Impressions and The Blaggers Guide, and has written for TV comedies including Veep (for which he won an Emmy), The Thick of It, The Day Today and many others. He also appeared in Celebrity Come ...
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