Lightning does strike twice. People magazine proclaimed Coerte V.W. Felske's "The Shallow Man" so clever in its anthropological detail that we can forgive its protagonist just about anything. Now Felske that rare fictional achievement: a snapshot of a generation - and also a manual of seduction and a portrayal of one man's desperate gamble for redemption. And we dare you to name a more original novel published this year.
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