The life of a medieval philosopher -- and the questions of mortality with which he grappled -- is braided with a modern story of technology and terror.
A young woman joins a rising tech firm with Orwellian ambitions.
The author of Disgrace explores issues of conformity and creativity through an allegory that draws obliquely on the life of Christ.
The author of Motherless Brooklyn turns his gaze on radicals and red-diaper babies coming of age in Queens.
The author of Winter's Bone returns to Missouri, to extinguish a mysterious act of Depression-era arson.
The author of Gravity's Rainbow delivers a portrait of New York gripped by fear both real and virtual.
An epic of spy games, intergenerational abuse, and trickery in the island of Haiti.
The post-apocalyptic trilogy begun in Oryx and Crake concludes.
The author of The Good Lord Bird talks about John Brown, Coltrane, and writing from the uncomfortable chair.
In a small Haitian town, the question of a young girl's fate hangs in the balance.
A young American comes of age in a radically new Prague.
The restlessness of two small-town teens mirrors the turbulence of 1968.
An epic-scale novel of a woman's emotional and sexual odyssey, written by the daughter of anarchists.
Echoes of Nabokov and Fitzgerald ring through the life and death of a Colombian drug runner.
Two comic book imitators in love learn the joys and perils of role playing.
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