Gods Without Men

Author(s): Hari Kunzru
CD - unabridged
Audio (12 discs)
Product Number: C00545
Released: Mar 07, 2012
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ISBN: #9781464037061
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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 Times


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Gods Without Men
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Author(s): Hari Kunzru
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Released: Mar 06, 2012
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"In a series of vignettes, a talented cast of narrators takes listeners across time and space via angels, spirit guides, UFOs, peyote, pot, crystal meth, and mercury poisoning. Each performance draws the fully realized people who live in or near the Pinnacles, a place in the desert that draws everything into itself like a cosmic black hole. Missing children, visitations from angels and aliens, surreal visions--all find their way into Hari Kunzru's latest investigation of people's sense of emotional deadness in a world that is broken. The audiobook doesn't credit which narrator reads which character but provides riveting performances of them all--from an eighteenth-century friar to a 21st-century rock star and an Iraqi Goth-girl, from a modern-day Brooklyn couple to a nineteenth-century silver miner. S.J.H. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"