THE ANTI-DEATH LEAGUE. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1966. Octavo, boards. First edition. "Amis' conglomerate chronicle, a little science fiction (the genre he charted in New Maps of Hell), possibly a spy thriller (remember, he anatomized Fleming's oeuvre), some satire (he is a splendid satirist), uses many techniques, all the way from mischievous parody to more serious protest ... All in all, it might be classed as an intellectual thriller -- it's a work of considerable originality and agility and it should keep its readers firmly captive, midway between attention and admiration." - Kirkus Review, August 1, 1966. A fine copy in fine dust jacket with a touch of rubbing to the bottom edge. A sharp copy. (#154573).