Review – Gods Without Men (the audiobook) by Hari Kunzru 

  

Gods Without Men is a strange and wonderful book. But don’t take my word for it – take Douglas Coupland’s (which goes as far as coining a new literary term, Translit). 

In my view, the importance Coupland attaches to Kunzru’s work is entirely justified. 

My only PS is that it’s well worth tracking down the audiobook version. It’s very well produced, with its contrasting narrative strands performed by six ideally-suited voices. 
Great book, great recording. 

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Frank Burton

I'm a fiction writer, and founder of the non-profit online publisher, Philistine Press. I'm the author of the short story collection, A History of Sarcasm (Dog Horn 2009). My short story, The World, was featured on BBC Radio 4's Afternoon Reading. My novel, The Prodigals, can be downloaded for free at www.philistinepress.com.

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