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The Zone of Interest

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The Zone of Interest by Martin Amis
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A Best Book of the Year: Time, NPR, The Village Voice, The Miami Herald, Financial Times, Minneapolis Star Tribune, BookRiot "Powerful and electric. . . . A book that may stand for years as the triumph of his career." --NPR "This is a novel that will endure. . . . A novel whose adventurousness is at the level of its ethical register, its attempt . . . to imagine the unimaginable." --The Guardian (London) "A tour de force of sheer verbal virtuosity, and a brilliant, celestially upsetting novel inspired by no less than a profound moral curiosity about human beings." --Richard Ford "Signature Amis at his most inventive. . . . It is precisely through such inspired and irreverent fluency that his dead-serious purpose is realized." --The Washington Post "The Zone of Interest harrows in the true sense of the word, churning up our preconceptions and assumptions. It is a work of artistic courage, chilling comedy and incontestable moral seriousness." --Financial Times "Heartbreaking. . . . [Amis is] a virtuosically vivid writer." --The Atlantic "His finest so far. . . . Astonishing. . . . A tragicomic moral blowtorch worthy of Swift." --The Daily Beast "Compelling. . . . Harrowingly effective." --Slate

Author Biography

Martin Amis is the author of thirteen previous novels, the memoir Experience, two collections of stories, and six nonfiction books. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Release date NZ
July 7th, 2015
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Illustrations
Illustrations, unspecified
Imprint
Vintage
Pages
320
Dimensions
132x203x18
ISBN-13
9780804172899
Product ID
23103216

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