Books by Warwick Collins

COMPUTER ONE by Warwick Collins
Released: Nov. 1, 1997

"A chilling story, but one has to look beyond the talking heads and an Ayn Rand style of pontificating to appreciate it."
Acclaimed for his two recent novels, The Rationalist (1994) and Gents (1997), British writer Collins shows a less subtle side with this publication of an earlier work, a talky apocalyptic tale first published in 1993 in England. Read full book review >
GENTS by Warwick Collins
Released: April 1, 1997

"A deceptively simple tale with an unorthodox setting and near- zero commercial potential, Collins's novel covers considerable social ground in a brief span—and is eminently successful."
Collins, author of The Rationalist (1994), a Booker contender, shows himself once again to be a daring, unconventional, accomplished writer, with a quirky story of the life and times of a London public toilet. Read full book review >
THE RATIONALIST by Warwick Collins
Released: Jan. 1, 1994

"Titillating and richly evocative of its time and place: a well-crafted, subtle probe of refined men and women called by their sensuality to rebel against convention—at their peril. (Film rights to Kenneth Branagh & Emma Thompson)"
Eighteenth-century morals are at issue in this hotblooded tale of sweet reason at odds with fleshly delights: an elegant US debut from British novelist and yacht designer Collins. Read full book review >