The Book of Numbers
For readers of David Foster Wallace, Don DeLillo, and George Saunders, Joshua Cohen's breakout novel, 'The Book of Numbers', pulls back the veils of the Internet in a prodigious search for the meaning of life in the Digital Age.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jonfaith - www.librarything.com
This is the bread of affliction. Eli Eli lama shavaktani? Father, Father, why didn’t Christ quote the Psalms in Hebrew—was he that inept, or does excruciation always call for the vernacular? This isn ... Read full review
BOOK OF NUMBERSUser Review - Kirkus
A writer's effort to prepare a biography of a Google-like company's founder sits at the core of this smart, choppy novel that's trying to take on technology, creativity, and much else. In a couple ... Read full review