Kelvinwright's Blog

postmodern thoughts


Alex is a British Aesthetic Surgeon, living in Madrid. His life has become a dichotomy between the customers he loathes and the money he earns. In a rapidly evolving postmodern world where phrases like celebrity, cancer, reality TV, and the fat gene are as much a part of his world as nose jobs, boob jobs and tummy tucks, Alex analyses not just the state of the world, but his place in it.

What will be Alex’s obituary? What will be the obituary of the postmodern generation? Will history be our teacher or our judge? How will we be remembered?


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  1. To see further details about the book, or to buy your copy, visit the publisher’s website below.

    Comment by kelvinwright | February 6, 2011 | Reply

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