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Promising review: “Before you crack open George Saunders’ new (first) novel, you must empty your mind of what you expect an historical novel to be. Both the structure and the narrative are incredibly non-traditional, somewhat experimental, often disorienting, but ultimately fulfilling. Let me assure you that if you open your mind, you’ll not only get used to it, you will enjoy it thoroughly. The novel takes place in one night in a cemetery and the story is narrated by hundreds of voices: old and young, men, women, and children, white and black, salve and free. Through these voices Saunders creates as fascinating (and chilling) a version of the after-life as Dante Alighieri gave us. Ultimately, Lincoln in the Bardo is a riveting exploration of death, grief, and love told in an utterly unique, almost poetic, fashion.” — Mary Lins

Get it from Amazon for $11.69+, Barnes & Noble for $12.93+, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

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