Echoing a narrative line that includes Kurt Vonnegut and Joseph Heller, William Giraldi’s Busy Monsters has been hailed as one of the most exciting fiction debuts in years. Penned with a linguistic bravado that explores the diaphanous line between fiction and fact, this "very funny, very inventive dbut novel" (The New Yorker) has at last revived the great American picaresque tradition.
"The best literary present...has a delicate sweetness that shows through at just the right moments." (Ron Charles, Washington Post Book World)
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