The 10th novel from the National Book Award-winning author of White Noise and Libra is about words and images, novelists and terrorists, and is haunted by the intermingled spirits of such diverse figures as Andy Warhol and Mao Zedong. This compelling argument between literature and political terror takes the reader from New York to London to Athens to the no-man's-land of Beirut.
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This extraordinary story focuses on one Bill Gray, a reclusive writer whose legend abounds while he slowly deteriorates from drinking, drugs, and depression. His assistant Scott keeps his image alive ... Read full review