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Donna Tartt fans wait patiently for her novels. They arrive at one-decade intervals: The Secret History (1992); The Little Friend (2003); and then The Goldfinch. This 784-page opus was no disappointment; in fact, it won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. The novel begins with an explosion in the Metropolitan Museum of Art that kills the main character's mother and then plants epiphany after epiphany about his subsequent life and the fascinating people around him. One early reviewer called this "a long-awaited, elegant meditation on love, memory and the haunting power of art." Now in trade paperback and NOOK Book.