Daily Dose Pick: Invisible


Invisible, Paul Auster’s newest and perhaps most accomplished book, is a suspenseful, psychological query on the natures of art and life, good and evil, and truth and memory.

The story begins with Adam Walker, a bright-eyed aspiring poet at Columbia University in 1967, but quickly delves into a four-decade, multi-layered saga full of sexuality, violence, philosophical puzzles, and unpredictable resolutions. Told in three narrative voices — first, second, and third — it’s a daring literary experiment by one of contemporary literature’s most provocative writers.

Read Invisible online, check out an interview with Auster discussing the book in The Huffington Post, explore the definitive website on his life and work, and buy a copy

for yourself.