The Sunday Times bestseller from the author of Freedom and The Corrections.
Pip Tyler doesn’t know who she is.
She knows that her real name is Purity, that she’s saddled with student debt and a reclusive mother, but there are few clues as to who her father is or how she’ll ever have a normal life.
Then she meets Andreas Wolf – internet outlaw, charismatic provocateur, a man who deals in secrets and might just be able to help her solve the mystery of her origins.
Reviews, News & Interviews:
Superbly readable, it is the work of a novelist at the height of his powers … This new work by an American master of realism has novelistic pleasures in abundance. Sunday Times
It has kept me up every night for a week, and now that I’m done, I’ll miss its wit, its messed-up characters and its emotional complexity. Financial Times
Franzen’s most fleet-footed, least self-conscious and most intimate novel yet … Franzen has added a new octave to his voice. New York Times