Adam Haslett

Imagine Me Gone
  • Imagine Me Gone

  • Shortlisted for the NATIONAL BOOK CRITICS CIRCLE AWARDS 2017
    2017 PULITZER PRIZE Finalist for Fiction
    TIME Top Ten Novels of 2016

    'It might be the best American novel about a middle-class family since Jonathan Franzen's The Corrections' Independent

    'Exceptional, haunting, distinctive... [It] resembles the work of Anne Tyler, intertwining grief and love... Intimate and panoramic' The Sunday Times

    'Dreadfully sad and hilariously funny. Literature of the highest order' Peter Carey

    Universal and essential, the heart-breaking story of an ordinary American family shaped by tragedy

    Michael's father walked into the woods one day, and out of his family's life for ever. Yet he and his brother and sister see it less as a tragedy in their past and more as a forewarning of the future. For Michael - smart, brilliant, so alive and vital - feels the darkness that drew their father away and how, given the chance, it might take the whole family. He wants to save them - but can he save himself?

Adam Haslett is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop and winner of a Michener Fellowship. He is the author of the highly acclaimed short story collection You Are Not a Stranger Here?, published by Cape in 2002.


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