by Paul Auster, Penguin Books, 1992, 0-14-017813-9
The book is written in the first person by an author (Peter Aaron) about his friend Benjamin Sachs. Aaron walks through his life after Sach's death. Auster is a genius at creating characters and being true to them.
Via Rob 1994
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