By the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction winner of The Orphan Master's Son - for fans of international literary fiction, especially Junot Diaz, Jonathan Franzen and Karen Jay Fowler. Adam Johnson takes you into the minds of characters you never thought you would meet - a former Stasi prison warden in denial of his past, a refugee from North Korea unsettled by his new freedom, a UPS driver in hurricane-torn Louisiana looking for the mother of his son. These are tales of love and loss, natural disasters, the influence of technology, and how the political shapes the personal. Tender, wry, utterly compelling, they show us humanity where you might least expect it.
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