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Review of “Sunset Park,” by Paul Auster

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In Sunset Park, Paul Auster abandons the metafictional play of his last novel, “Invisible,” for the realistic portrayal of a son estranged from his family and the depiction of people so battered and broken by circumstances and the terrible economy that they’re forced to live in an abandoned house.

Read my review from the November 21, 2010, edition of The Kansas City Star.

You can buy Sunset Park at Barnes & Noble.

I reviewed Auster’s Invisible in The Raleigh News & Observer on November 1, 2009 .

Written by Joe Peschel

November 21st, 2010 at 11:20 pm