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From the PublisherThe New York Times
Energetic and funny...an engrossing debut.
San Francisco Examiner
Satirical yet plausible, the plot dances with ingenuity and charges forward on Hawley's way with words — not often found in a first novel.
Owen is an Everyman who has all the right questions — and the nerve to ask them. Hawley's crisp, witty writing gives you a great ride.
San Francisco Chronicle
Noah Hawley's writing is vivid and muscular. He speeds it up and slows it down in just the right places, and the portrait he paints of Linus is memorable. [He has a] true gift for characters.
author of The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest
Hidden in the cloak of a conspiracy thriller is a genre-buster of a book, a cunning, artistic, page-turning satire....
Orwellian echoes haunt this provocative, tongue-in-cheek debut chiller....A suspenseful, cerebral satire....