Right up there with the best.
Not a moment but a sequence. Thought the way he told his stories via the houses he'd lived in was clever.
When he falls in love with his wife, of course!
A journey through life into old age.
I had never heard of Paul Auster until his interview on NPR's Fresh Air. I listened to this book for a solid 6+hours because it was so good; something I've never done before— admittedly I came of age through the same time period, and am entering my own "Winter" so that held my interest. His narration is stellar; love when an author can narrate. Will definitely get another of his books; hope it's as good as this one!
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