Named to the New York Times Book Review's annual 10-best list, this blues-tinged novel tells the story of an unnamed black man estranged from his white wife and their three children. As he struggles to pull money together to provide for his children, his story emerges as a powerful statement about American society. ". drawing on Melville and Ellison, Thomas has written a rhapsodic and piercing post-9/11 lament ."-Booklist, starred reviewLearn More
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Winner of the 2009 International Dublin Literary Award for Fiction
A 2007 New York Times Book Review Top 10 Book of the Year
One of the 2007 New York Times Book Review 100 Notable Books for Fiction
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