December 11, 2007


New at Ada Books: The Impossibly, by Laird Hunt; The Wavering Knife, by Brian Evenson; A Void, by Georges Perec; World Light, by Halldor Laxness; A Special Providence, Richard Yates; The Voice Imitator, by Thomas Bernhard; Notable American Women, by Ben Marcus; Hard-Boiled Wonderland and The End of the World, Norwegian Wood, both by Haruki Murakami; Epitaph for a Tramp & Epitaph for a Dead Beat, by David Markson; Novels In Three Lines, by Felix Feneon; and from the arched eyebrow of Tam Tam Books, comes three French wonders (in translation): Evguenie Sokolov, by Serge Gainsbourg; Foam of the Daze and I Spit On Your Graves, both by Boris Vian. I encourage anyone interested in good reading (There you can also find videos of Gainsbourg, Vian and Dutronc, among others.) to go to Tam Tam's website which is now crowning the link list at your right. And if you're looking for something which isn't here or in the shop, I can always order it for you. I like doing stuff like that, Stranger. All you have to do is ask.

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