Winner of the Betty Trask Prize and W.H. Smith Literary Award, novelist Hari Kunzru displays a rare and blazing talent. Gods Without Men is a complex, multilayered work centered on a young couple whose son goes missing during a vacation in the Mojave Desert. Searching for their missing child-and for meaning-husband and wife are drawn to a remote town, where they encounter an eclectic group that includes a British rock star and a U.S. Marine. "Kunzru writes with wry certitude and cinematic precision."-New York TimesLearn More
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One of the 2012 New York Times Book Review 100 Notable Books for Fiction
A 2012 Washington Post Notable Book for Fiction
A 2012 San Francisco Chronicle Best Book for Fiction
A 2012 Barnes & Noble Best Book for Fiction
A 2012 Booklist Editors’ Choice for Fiction
Winner of an AudioFile Earphones Award
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