Debut novelist Nell Zink delivers a deftly written tale that like an edgy comedian’s monologue turns experience inside out until pain and laughter are one.
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In an audacious Pynchonesque debut, novelist Mark Doten channels a host of Babel-like voices that conjure the chaos and paranoia of the dawn of the 21st century.
Thomas Sweterlitsch’s debut novel envisions a future where the Web is a brain implant, emails are thought transmitted, and genuine human feeling doesn’t stand a chance.
Lan Cao’s baroquely ambitious second novel chronicles the post-war Vietnamese diaspora and the old country culture still alive in the imaginations and habits of expats.
As Brad Pitt battles zombie hordes, an unusual new take on the zombie novel has just appeared on bookshelves. J.T. Price on the perils and liberties of the genre in reading Bennett Sims’s A Questionable Shape.