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The Guardians (Random House) This is a novel about borders in which borders disappear: the border between old and young, between secular and sacred, between states—but not...
Spook Country (Putnam)Along with the most sophisticated future-predictions, speculations about the sociology of cities, and adventures in virtual post-realities, William Gibson has finally learned how to get his...
Das Kapital: A Novel of Love and Money Markets (Simon & Schuster)Viken Berberian writes in a post-modern apocalyptic vein about billionaire stock traders, terrorists and...
The Shadow Catcher (Simon & Schuster) With its fascinating combination of history, biography, memoir and essay, is The Shadow Catcher a novel?
No one belongs here more than you and Learning to Love You More, co-author Harrell Fletcher (Prestel) Miranda July's film Me and You and Everyone We...
The Ministry of Special Cases (Knopf)Nathan Englander uses desapareacidos to stand for all kinds of disappearance. Here, we focus on yet another: his own.
The Perfect Man (Random House)Naeem Murr's work has been described as perverse—but he insists that this perversity seems ordinary to him.
Michael Ondaatje's novels come together through obsession and intuition. He works in the dark, not knowing where he is heading, juxtaposing disparate materials, noticing echoes and recurrences.
Their Dogs Came with Them (Atria) Helena Maria Viramontes has written about L.A.-based Latino culture before -- but who could have expected this epic work about...
A Man without a Country (7 Stories)The late Kurt Vonnegut has been astonishing us sincethe 1960's. Here, in the rebroadcast of a 2006 interview, he speaks...
The Almost Moon (Little Brown)Alice Sebold (The Lovely Bones) gives a sneak preview of her new novel, coming out this fall...
The Unknown Terrorist (Grove) Richard Flanagan felt that his last novel, Gould's Book of Fish, widely acclaimed a masterpiece, had burnt him out. Here, he discusses the things...
The Pesthouse (Doubleday) Jim Crace makes lies masquerade as truth in this post-apocalyptic tale of toxified America.
You Don't Love Me Yet (Doubleday) The pleasures of the lightweight and the free-spirited.
The Inheritance of Loss (Grove) Booker Prize-winner Kiran Desai says she prefers "messiness" to perfection--it's more human, and it fits her subject better.