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Janet MaslinNick is propelled through the latter part of Oblivion by the imagined voice of his father. If he can stick with the case, that voice tells him, he can stay alive. He is also strongly attracted to Billie, his nurse, in ways that invigorate the book without trivializing its fundamental darkness. Adroitly rather than morbidly, Mr. Abrahams fuses the mortality of his hero with that of the crime victims he has known.
— The New York Times