"Some readers may stumble over the Latin, argot and allusions, but these are minor challenges in Chancellor’s polymorphous entertainment." A father searches for his vanished son in this edgily comic first novel, which has fun with the worlds of art and academia. Read full book review.
"Both the voice and the stories it tells transcend the dusty contrivances of much historical fiction, resulting in a novel that feels both fresh and timeless." A Canadian music critic shows exceptional poise and command in his debut novel, a first-person tale narrated by the Russian inventor of the ...
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