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  • One of our fiercest and most compelling writers

    Sunday Times
  • Eggers can write about pretty much anything and make it glitter and somersault on the page . . . dazzling and highly original

    Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times
  • Possibly the most admired and emulated American author of his generation

  • A jazz session - a brief, single helping of strangeness that flaunts his panache for stylistic experimentation. . . The writing is compelling and the characterization astute

  • Inherently interesting. I can think of few contemporary American writers who convey such a sense of urgency about the mess we're in. Eggers pulls no punches

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • A one-sitting read . . . insightful

    USA Today
  • One of the country's leading literary eminences

    Washington Post
  • Eggers writes so well you would read a computer manual if it was by him, but beneath his beguiling style is a base note of genuine concern about those who find themselves out of kilter with society.

  • His latest novella, Your Fathers, Where Are They? And the Prophets, Do They Live Forever? stretches his toying with literary forms to new lengths...compelling

  • But with each tightly controlled book, Eggers' fiction becomes more prescient, moving and unsettling... Even if all generations are lost generations, we need engaged, incendiary novels which ask: What now?


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