A teenage girl faces personal and societal disarray in a struggle to find hope in a dystopian England.
But for overindulgent ending, Phillipe Claudel's latest novel epitomizes the term 'Kafkaesque.'
What will you do if it is normal for people just to disappear, never to be seen again?
First novel envisions a dystopian America some 20 years from now.
Traditional conflicts and contemporary issues drive novel set in a dystopian near-future Buenos Aires.
Mexican author's novella is a minimalist, allegorical tale of a society facing a deadly plague.