Money: A Suicide Note is a novel by Martin Amis, first published in 1984. The novel tells the story of John Self, a film director and advertising executive, as he becomes increasingly embroiled in a world of excess and debauchery while trying to finance his latest film.
The novel is written in a satirical and often grotesque style and deals with themes of consumerism, materialism, and the corrupting influence of money. Amis's writing is sharp and incisive, and he does an excellent job of depicting the excesses and excesses of 1980s London.
Overall, Money: A Suicide Note is a darkly comic and thought-provoking novel that remains a classic of modern literature. It is a must-read for anyone interested in the works of Martin Amis or the social and cultural history of the 1980s.