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by Guy Bellamy


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It is a lazy summer of beach umbrellas and blistering heat  . In this masterful comic invention, displaying all his pungent wit and subtle venom so characteristic of his earlier novels, Guy Bellamy strips the veneer off life in the last quarter of the twentieth century and, once again, succeeds brilliantly. Whip-crack wit and street-smart pros. unny, caustic and gloriously readable. It is rare for a book to be comic, happy and readable all at once but Guy Bellamy’s The Nudists is just that.

It is a lazy summer of beach umbrellas and blistering heat  .

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ISBN 10: 0825304180 ISBN 13: 9780825304187. Publisher: Beaufort Books, 1987. About the Author: Guy Bellamy was born in Bristol but has lived mostly in Surrey.

Guy Bellamy was born in Bristol but has lived mostly in Surrey I've re-read this book nearly, what, a 100 times? why? Guy Bellamy is maybe the only author I know that can make you laugh out loud at the desparately sorry state some.

Guy Bellamy was born in Bristol but has lived mostly in Surrey. After National Service in Germany with the RAF, he went into journalism and has worked on newspapers in Cornwall, Bournemouth, Brighton and Fleet Street including the Daily Express and Sun. He is married with a daughter and now lives in Hampshire. Comic novelists as riotous and eccentric as Guy Bellamy don't grow on trees. I've re-read this book nearly, what, a 100 times? why? Guy Bellamy is maybe the only author I know that can make you laugh out loud at the desparately sorry state some people find themselves in. A beautifully weaved (and funny.

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Guy Bellamy (1935 – 2015) was an English author known for humorous novels. He wrote 14 novels, starting with The Secret Lemonade Drinker in 1977. His last, The Secret Vodka Drinker appeared in 2012. Bellamy was born in Bristol in 1935, but grew up in Surrey. Upon leaving school, he joined the RAF for National Service

Guy Bellamy is the best-selling novelist whose books are compulsory holiday reading for those heading for the su. He gave up his post on the Daily Express and went to Spain to write a book.

He gave up his post on the Daily Express and went to Spain to write a book. It was rejected and he returned home and took a job on the Sun. The tabloid style is still evident in the upbeat tempo of his plots, although 'I have to concentrate on writing longer sentences than I used to'.

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Comments: (7)

Rolling Flipper
Sharp wit, good fun read, and colourful characters.

An easy too read literary escape.

Another good one by Guy Bellamy
Lesesshe
good easy read, light enjoyable humour
Samugul
The fourth novel has Bellamy's now-standard ingredients, with one prominent exception - comedy. The narrative embraces two badly troubled marriages. Three of the five principals are fairly unlikeable. There is also a death which occurs in the most appalling circumstances. The novel contains a suspiciously happy ending - the two marriages become much less troubled and the three unlikeables become rather more pleasant. It's written in Bellamy's characteristic light-hearted style and is an easy read, but I'm curious as to his intentions. Was this a deliberate move away from comedy (although there are some amusing lines) or was it simply a misjudgement?
Raelin
Absolutely wonderful book - its fantastic. Read it so many times - but it didn't have a real ending - so I ended up writing to Guy to ask him if he was going to write a sequal - unfortunately he hasn't - what a shame - but I still treasure my signed copy. I love it - so much so - I'm going to Menorca in September to try and find the places he wrote about - but I'm definitely going to Fornells! Actually reading it again at the moment - but they haven't reached Spain for the second time. It must be something to do with the really warm weather!
Manemanu
I've re-read this book nearly , what, a 100 times? why? Guy Bellamy is maybe the only author I know that can make you laugh out loud at the desparately sorry state some people find themselves in. A beautifully weaved (and funny ... did i say funny? YES) plot containig a very palatable sideways repost to the radically feminist world. Loved it.... (Loved A Village called Sin even more) Your friends will want to steal it!!
Atineda
This book was trash. Absoloute trash. I.E. no redeeming value. Sure, Nick is funny as a character, but that doens't save this book. The characters are shallow, vain, and, frankly, pathetic. Bellamy kills off the three year old to try to add tragic drama, but as a plot device it suffers terribly - mostly becuase we haven't seen much of the kid in the book, and so we really don't care about him. This book was sad trash - not reccomeneded.
Frostdefender
I agree with the first reviewer. I have read this book scores of times and still re-read it. Excellent characters and some brilliant one-liners. Also, an excellent look at feminism in a pro-male way (where else can you find that! ).
If you can get a copy then do.
The Nudists download epub
Humor & Satire
Author: Guy Bellamy
ISBN: 0825304180
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Humor & Satire
Language: English
Publisher: Beaufort Books (1987)