Pictures at an Exhibition
Thomas returns to the dark, provocative themes of his masterpiece The White Hotel with this novel set in the nightmare that was Auschwitz and in London 50 years later. A stunning and powerful achievement in which each character's identity is in some way hidden, and the suspense of unmasking them is unmercifully sustained.
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Organized around an exhibition of Edvard Munch paintings portraying love, jealousy, despair, and death, Thomas's novel is a stunning commentary on the effects of the Holocaust on society today. The ... Read full review