With its lack of art and absence of thought, the blockbuster Norwegian novel disappoints.
Because nobody else thinks like her.
In Zündel’s Exit, Markus Werner gorges on the limit point of madness.
What more could a young writer want than to spend hours and hours with the greatest author alive?
The only mystery about The Black-Eyed Blonde is when publishing derivative works became original.
The short stories in The UnAmericans are studies of effusive remoteness and meandering revolution.
Dave Eggers’s The Circle; Richard Powers’s Orfeo
The unflinching fiction of Ludmilla Petrushevskaya.