Michiko Kakutani calls it “the wittiest, angriest, most exacting and most desolate work of fiction we’ve yet had about life in New York and London after the World Trade Center fell” in a New York Times book review.

All the rave reviews mean this book will be appearing on a lot of summer reading lists. I’m intrigued by The Great Gatsby-like romantic male friendship that the novel is centered around.

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