Top Bloke

Front Cover
Random House Australia, 2004 - Anecdotes - 327 pages
0 Reviews
'Subversive, dangerous and laugh out loud scary... for Gordon Graham, the centre of the Australian heart is a shopping mall and a loser with a gun' Graeme Blundell author of KING: THE LIFE AND COMEDY OF GRAHAM KENNEDY "Ultimately engrossing" - The Age "Writing not only of nerve but of high intelligence and subtle mastery" - SMH Gerard Oakes has enough aggro going on in his life and it's about to get worse. He's been booted off his footy team for mooning a female umpire. His girlfriend has just dumped him. He's been sacked from his day job as a cigarette salesman and his pride and joy- an HSV Commodore- has been nicked. Enter Lester Allardyce, a loner who goes on a killing spree in a suburban shopping mall. As Gerard's week goes from bad to worse, their lives become linked in an unimaginable way. From the author of the award- winning play THE BOYS, comes a black comedy that will make you laugh, cringe and shudder...

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

About the author (2004)

Gordon Graham has written numerous works for theatre, television and radio. His first play "Innocent Bystanders" was performed at the Royal Court in London in 1975. Gordon won an AWGIE Award in 1992 for his play, THE BOYS which was the basis for the feature film (1998) of the same name starring David Wenham and Toni Collette. Gordon has also worked as a journalist and teacher of creative writing. He resides in Sydney.

Bibliographic information