This past week I finished two of the year's finest novels, Hari Kunzru's Gods Without Men and Heidi Julavits's The Vanishers. Upon finishing The Vanishers, I looked at the back panel and noticed that three of my favorite writers...
At its center are Jaz and Lisa Matharu, he Sikh, she Jewish, and their severely autistic son, Raj. When the boy vanishes in the Mojave Desert, the parents are eventually accused of murder. Around them, Kunzru weaves a fiendish web o... Read Post
Hari Kunzru’s new novel, “Gods Without Men,” is the kind of book that reverberates long after you finish reading it. The main story concerns a New York couple, Jaz and Lisa, who travel to the empty spaces of eastern California with ... Read Post