Zero K by Don DeLillo 274 pages

Weird, ominous, uncomfortable and philosophical are just a few of the adjectives to describe DeLillo’s latest novel.  The story begins when Jeffrey Lockhard, the narrator, is traveling to visit his father, Ross, and step mother, Artis, ocalled a remote, desert-like location somewhere in the Mideast.  The building he spends his time at is named The Convergence, and is actually a place where people are frozen and then brought back to life when our world becomes more welcoming.  Artis, who is quite ill, is about to undergo

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Zero K by Don DeLillo 274 pages

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