'Easily his most enjoyable book-McEwan writes here with unobtrusive panache' David Profumo, Daily Telegraph 20050217
Winner of Booker Prize for Fiction 1998.
"A psychologically brilliant study of heartlessness" Sunday Telegraph "One of the finest writers alive" Sunday Times "Full of gusto, straightforward, and delivers blows to the gut...shocking" -- A. S. Byatt Literary Review "McEwan writes here with unobtrusive panache" Daily Telegraph "Amsterdam is brilliantly engineered and marvellously entertaining" Evening Standard
Ian McEwan has written two collections of short stories and ten novels. He has also written several film scripts, including The Imitation Game, The Ploughman's Lunch, Sour Sweet, The Good Son and The Innocent.