The big read with the big answers. A dizzying voyage that touches on the key issues of our time - SUNDAY TIMESSHORTLISTED FOR THE GOLDSMITHS PRIZE 2014SHORTLISTED FOR THE SPECSAVERS NATIONAL BOOK AWARDS 2014LONGLISTED FOR THE GUARDIAN FIRST BOOK AWARD 2014Early one September morning in 2008, a man arrives, unannounced and agitated, at the home of an old friend. The friend takes a minute to place him: they have not seen each other since Zafar disappeared suddenly some years before.Zafar has returned to make a confession of unsettling power.Told in the quiet of a London house, in a conversation as epic as it is intimate, his story is, in many ways, the story of our century.A deep and subtle storyteller James Wood, NEW YORKERA unique work of fiction bearing witness to much that is unspeakable Joyce Carol Oates, NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKSThe novel I'd hoped Jonathan Franzens Freedom would be Alex Preston, OBSERVERAn extraordinary meditation on the limits and uses of human knowledge, a heart-breaking love story and a gripping account of one man's psychological disintegration OBSERVERUtterly absorbing - GUARDIANA brilliant novel - NEW YORK TIMES About the AuthorZia Haider Rahman born in rural Bangladesh, Zia Haider Rahman was educated at Balliol College, Oxford, and at Cambridge, Munich, and Yale Universities. He has worked as an investment banker on Wall Street and as an international human-rights lawyer. In the Light of What We Know' is his first book.
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