A New York Times Bestselling Author
A Booker Prize-Winning Author
Here is a collection of stories that encompass joy and despair, oppression and revolution, fantasy and reality. "Love Letter" is a tender missive from grandfather to grandson. "Ghoul" follows the exploits of a morally complex character named Brian. In "Mother's Day," two women come to an existential reckoning in the middle of a hailstorm. In "Elliott Spencer," our eighty- nine-year-old protagonist finds his memory "scraped" - a scheme in which vulnerable people are reprogrammed and deployed as political protesters. "My House" comes to terms with the haunting nature of unfulfilled dreams and the inevitability of decay.