Synopses & Reviews
The second novel from the author of "Ghostwritten" is set in Japan, and is about a young man's search for the father he has never met. "Gripping and beautifully written" "Literary Review". Originally due to be published in November 2001, publication was held off until April 2002 after the book's appearance on the Booker shortlist. *Also appeared in November/December Buyer's Notes*
Eiji Miyake arrives in a sprawling Japanese metropolis to track down the father he has never met, but the city is a mapless place if you are 18, broke, and the only person you can trust is John Lennon.