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- Verlag: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
- Seitenzahl: 288
- Erscheinungstermin: 21. August 2018
- ISBN-13: 9781101947463
- Artikelnr.: 53616355
The New York Times Book Review
Exceptional. . . . Each story is quietly eerie with electric characters.
The Paris Review
His best work. . . . Readers will find some of the most thrilling and disturbing literary fiction of the year in this collection.
Marcus s writing is by turns extremely funny, affecting, and then disquieting, and as he moves seamlessly between these tones.
Los Angeles Review of Books
Spectacular. . . . Exhilarating.
One of Marcus s strengths [is] imagining a future which is similar enough to our world to seem plausible, but different enough for the reader to grasp the ramifications of certain fates with which our current world is flirting.
Ruthless and hilarious.
O, The Oprah Magazine
The wilder and more Swiftian the plots get, the more intimately the stories seem to evokea lived reality.
Harper s Magazine
Notes from the Fog is an intense, vividly written book, filled with nightmarish scenarios and leavened by wit. Few writers possess Marcus s agility with language or his controlled flights of imagination.
Portland Press Herald
Each story features moments of considered, lacerating prose threaded together by sentences that, like a marionette s strings, bring the world to full, expansive life. This is a bracing, forceful collection.
Publishers Weekly (starred review)