Leviathan

Leviathan

Paul Auster
3.9/5 (16016 ratings)
New York Times bestselling author Paul Auster opens Leviathan with the tearing of a bomb explosion and the death of one Benjamin Sachs. Ben’s one-time best friend, Peter Aaron, begins to retrospectively investigate the transformation that led Ben from his enviable stable life, to one of a recluse. Both were once intelligent, yet struggling novelists until Ben’s near-death experience falling from a fire escape triggers a tumble in which he becomes withdrawn and disturbed, living alone and building bombs in a far-off cabin. That is, until he mysteriously disappears, leaving behind only a manuscript titled Leviathan, pages rustling in the wind.
Language
English
Pages
275
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Penguin Books
Release
September 01, 1993
ISBN
0140178139
ISBN 13
9780140178135

Leviathan

Paul Auster
3.9/5 (16016 ratings)
New York Times bestselling author Paul Auster opens Leviathan with the tearing of a bomb explosion and the death of one Benjamin Sachs. Ben’s one-time best friend, Peter Aaron, begins to retrospectively investigate the transformation that led Ben from his enviable stable life, to one of a recluse. Both were once intelligent, yet struggling novelists until Ben’s near-death experience falling from a fire escape triggers a tumble in which he becomes withdrawn and disturbed, living alone and building bombs in a far-off cabin. That is, until he mysteriously disappears, leaving behind only a manuscript titled Leviathan, pages rustling in the wind.
Language
English
Pages
275
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Penguin Books
Release
September 01, 1993
ISBN
0140178139
ISBN 13
9780140178135

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