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- Verlag: Simon + Schuster Inc.
- Seitenzahl: 320
- Erscheinungstermin: 3. September 2020
- ISBN-13: 9781471194498
- Artikelnr.: 58392885
'Kunzru is a consummate storyteller and has composed one of this year's coolest, but quietly menacing, novels' New Statesman
'A stylish examination of the far right culture and the roots of our contemporary chaos' Guardian
'Red Pill is a novel designed for us to parse, to scour for clues [...] We are treated to snatches of post-Kantian philosophy, narrative echoes of Kleist's work, coincidences and wordplay' Times Literary Supplement
'This unstable hallucination of a novel is bleakly persuasive on modern liberal complacency sleepwalking into horror' Daily Mail
'A brilliant, nuanced and sometimes satirical dramatization of liberal meltdown in the age of Trump' Daily Telegraph
'Kunzru's prose is often skilful' - The Sunday Times
'A cracker' - Independent
'A meta-critique of the coarsening effect of online culture on our language' - Literary Review
'A kind of male midlife crisis novel, unpredictably framed around the legacy of historical violence, it spins a buzzy apocalyptic thriller from zeitgeisty concerns about information overload, online surveillance and the rise of the alt-right' Metro