Novelist and political satirist, Jonathan Coe is known for his politically driven novels What a Carve Up! and The Rotters’ Club. His latest foray, Expo 58, promises the same dark humour as his other nine novels, whilst painting a fresh and invigorating portrait of Britain after the War. Following the trials and tribulations of bemused civil servant Thomas Foley, Expo 58, is an exciting ride through late ‘50s Europe, filled with good-looking girls and sinister spies. Whether you’re a long time fan of Coe’s, or only just discovering him, you won’t be disappointed.