Nathan and Tom are an uncle and nephew double-act - one in remission from lung cancer, divorced, and estranged from his only daughter, the other hiding away from his once-promising academic career. Matters change when Lucy, a little girl who refuses ...
to speak, comes into their lives...
I loved this book by Paul Auster, and I confirm him as one of my favourite american writers. Fine flowing actual language, with studied and incisive vocabulary. His cynical irony envolves also on sad and uneasy matters.The event takes shape little
..."ape little by little. Slowly but so interesting. The protagonist begins sort of journey alone, with minimum targets. However life brings him weird surprises, that built up a singular castle of lives in which he would be an important character, more than he could have ever been figured out. I imagined, as often happens in Auster’s novels, he himself in the protagonist shoes.
Try to roll with the punches. Keep your chin up. Don't take any wooden nickels. Vote Democrat in every election. Ride your bike in the park. Dream about my perfect, golden body. Take your vitamins. Drink eight glasses of water a day. Pull for the
..." Mets. Watch a lot of movies. Don't work too hard at your job. Take a trip to Paris with me. Brush your teeth after every meal. Don't cross the street on a red light. Defend the little guy. Stick up for yourself. Remember how beautiful you are. Remember how much I love you. Drink one Scotch on the rocks every day. Breathe deeply. Keep your eyes open. Stay away from fatty foods. Sleep the sleep of the just. Remember how much I love you...Continua...Nascondi