Paul Auster's Invisible

One of my favourite authors, Paul Auster, has recently come out with his 15th novel, Invisible, and I couldn't be more pumped.

The novel, composed of four interlocking parts, is set in New York City and centers on a Frenchman named Rudolf who is taken on an adventure by his mysteriously, bewitching girlfriend. Three different narrators tell the story of Rudolf, giving a varied perspective and context to the novel. Moving from 1967 to 2007, the book "takes us into the shadowy borderland between truth and memory, between authorship and identity" (The Times Literary Supplement).

I'm in!

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