"Exceptional....An unflinching portrait of bad faith and bad dreams." --Ron Rash, author of Burning Bright
Set against the backdrop of Alaska's unforgiving wilderness, Caribou Island is David Vann's dark and captivating tale of a marriage pulled apart by rage and regret. With this eagerly anticipated debut novel, a masterful follow-up to his internationally bestselling short fiction anthology, Legend of a Suicide, Vann takes up the mantle of Louise Erdrich, Marilyn Robinson, and Rick Moody, delivering a powerfully wrought, enthrallingly emotional narrative of struggle and isolation.
- Paperback | 293 pages
- 134.62 x 200.66 x 20.32mm | 272.15g
- 03 Jan 2012
- HARPER PERENNIAL
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Brilliantly drawn and fiercely honest, Caribou Island is a drama of bitter love and failed dreams--an unforgettable portrait of desolation, violence, and the darkness of the soul.