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Hailed posthumously as "the Gabriel Garcia Márquez of our time," Roberto Bolaño (1953-2003) never lived to see the fame that his National Book Critics Circle Award novel, 2666, would eventually bring him in the United States. That mammoth, 1100-page fiction was only the capstone of a writing career that American readers have only begun to properly assay. This 144-page novella, which the New York Times called "still his greatest work," could be the best possible introduction to this major author's works.