It's Spring 2003. . . President George W. Bush has declared 'Mission Accomplished' in Iraq, the human genome has been sequenced, the last signal has been received from the Pioneer 10 spacecraft which... More > is 7.5 billion miles from earth and some people just can't stop looking at internet porn.
Wanker contains lots of pervy, kinky sex stuff (more than you'll get in those Fifty Shades books for sure), helpful hints for doing your taxes, startling revelations about the afterlife and an excellent recipe for turkey and broccoli stir-fry with garlic and ginger. What more could you want?
Warning: 18+ This is a book for adults. All characters are and are represented as over 18. All sex acts depicted are consensual.
Warning: If it's sure-fire, one-hand reading, get-you-off erotic stimulation you're after, then Wanker probably isn't what you're looking for - like a lot of real-life sex, Wanker is dark comedy bordering on tragic farce.< Less
Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll . . . Straight from the fridge - I Love Lucy meets The Sopranos in The Twilight Zone. From Elvis to Johnny Rotten, Neptune, New Jersey (with Greetings from Asbury Park)... More > to Swinging London. Some say 'it all happened in the 60s' but in BOOM! anthropologist and social historian Ted Polhemus shows how the roots of our (post) modern age go back to the heady years just after WWII. If you like Mad Men, Blade Runner, American Graffiti, Blow-up, The Wild One . . . wish you'd caught Monk at Minton's Playhouse in 1947, Springsteen at The Stone Pony or The Pistols in London in 1976 (or not) . . .
Ted Polhemus' other works include Streetstyle, Fashion & Anti-fashion, Style Surfing and Body Styles.< Less