When his closest friend, Benjamin Sachs, accidentally blows himself up on a Wisconsin road, Peter Aaron attempts to piece together the life that led to Sach's tragic demise and determine the reason for his death.
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“Rich and complex…with fully fleshed characters, a fast-paced plot, thematic sophistication, and narrative cunning.” (The Boston Globe)
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"Better than the "trilogy""
This is the best book by Paul Auster that I have read. I read the famous "New York trilogy" first but that one is very conceptual and abstract. This one is more a book of flesh and blood. Very interesting plot. I'm at 3/4 of the book and I hesitate to read further, because I've become quite attached to the main character and I'm afraid all will not end well ...
"The strange world of unlikely justifications"
The characters of the story are authors and they as the real author create their own realities. My problem was that I was constantly lost in their realities and sometimes was forgetting which reality supposed to be the book's reality.
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