Latest Grossman Novel Out Today in the U.S.

Today, September 21, is the official publication date for To the End of the Land, by Israeli author David Grossman (translation by Jessica Cohen).

Just in time, M.A. Orthofer has posted his review over on The Complete Review (plus his take on Grossman’s essay collection, Writing in the Dark, which I’ve reviewed as well).

And there’s plenty more Grossman coverage appearing this week. For starters, although I have not yet had the time to read it, the current New Yorker includes a profile of Grossman penned by George Packer. (Packer will participate in a live chat and answer readers’ questions tomorrow, September 22, at 3 p.m.)

As for me, my pre-ordered copy of To the End of the Land arrived late yesterday, though there are a few titles competing with it for “next-read” status. Any of you have this novel on your TBR list?

2 thoughts on “Latest Grossman Novel Out Today in the U.S.

  1. Jew Wishes says:

    I have purchased it, and it is on my TBR list, and I will get to it in about three more books that I must read in order to review for some publishers.

    1. Erika Dreifus says:

      I’ll look forward to your review. And I hear you on the “delay.” So many books, so little time, right? By the way–I’ve just started DISPLACED PERSONS, which your review helped encourage me to buy.

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