Top Ten Best Novels You've Never Heard Of - The Journal Pulp
Or perhaps you have. Yet the following list, laid out in no particular order (with the exception of Number 1), is relatively obscure: Nothing is as it seems under the sharp western sun. After recovering from an enigmatic and near-fatal illness, Gasteneau, a man with an iron will, glimpses something so extraordinary and so horrific that he feels his life irrevocably altered. 10. Published in 1995, this is James Salter’s fourth novel — a novel as real, as poetic, and as heartbreakingly beautiful as anything I’ve ever read. 9. By Fydor Dostoevsky. 8. Tom Drury’s fourth novel, published in 2006, is intelligent, endearing, funny — though perhaps a little too farcical — and contains an exceptionally likable hero named Pierre Hunter. 6. 5. Nick Tosches, who writes for Vanity Fair magazine, got poor reviews for this book, and in many ways you can understand why. 4. Many regard Truman Capote as America’s finest stylist, and I think there’s a good reason why. 3. 2. 1. There you have it.
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