If you ever happen to find yourself in England and you run into a
neurotic middle-aged Londoner, a kid who asks strings of naive
questions, and a music nerd who defines himself by his favorite band,
then you’ve probably stumbled into a Nick Hornby novel.Anyone who’s cracked the spine of High Fidelity or About a Boy won’t be surprised that Hornby’s new book Juliet, Naked
contains his signature set of lovable, music-obsessed neurotics, as
well as liberal dollops of his wry humor.