Often favorably compared to contemporaries Michael Chabon and Lev Grossman, New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Lethem won the National Book Critics Circle Award. In his post-apocalyptic novel Amnesia Moon, he introduces a young man named Chaos who can seemingly remake reality in his dreams. Setting off on a grand adventure, Chaos attempts to learn the secrets behind the world's destruction. "Lethem tempers a liberal dose of quirky surrealism with interesting, believable characterizations and a compelling, imaginative story line."-Booklist
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"Chaos has survived an apocalypse and now spends his days eating canned food in an abandoned movie theater. But isn't there more out there? Did the atom bomb destroy hope along with civilization? This compelling science fiction adventure is a true romp from start to finish, and narrator Scott Sowers takes full advantage of his new playground. Sowers's gritty tone is perfectly suited to this tale of Armageddon and has a certain weight and wisdom. Sowers's characters are over the top, particularly the messianic Kellogg. Luckily, they fit the story and seem at home in the otherworldly universe Lethem has skillfully crafted. An enjoyable listen that offers plenty of bang for its buck. L.B. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"
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