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Random House Australia, 2007 - Fiction - 246 pages
Fact: bad people do bad things. In the new age of money, drugs, and instant satisfaction, you make your own rules. You take what you want—not ask. There is no responsibility. There is no guilt. If someone burns you, you should do the same to them. It's an issue of equality. Andrew Hutchinson brilliantly portrays a disturbing reality in which cold and disillusioned youths assault the comfortable middle-class world around them. This provocative, jolting novel examines the mind of a self-made monster—and questions the direction of modern life.

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The modus operandi of Rohypnol is simple: they roam nightclubs and upon seeing a suitable target, spike her drink, lure her back to their houses and (pack) rape the semi-conscious girl before dumping ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Andrew Hutchinson is 28 years old and currently lives in Melbourne. After working on Rohypnol with award-winning author Christos Tsiolkas under a mentorship program sponsored by Express Media, Andrew won the Victorian Premier's Literary Award for Best Unpublished Manuscript and was commended for the Kathleen Mitchell Award. Andrew wrote the screenplay for Rohypnol which is in production with Seed productions. One was his second novel.

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