Tag Archives: Richard Flanagan

Wanting

“Flanagan sets his novel in the wilds of nineteenth-century Tasmania and evokes its inhabitants with exquisite precision. . . . An entirely unified meditation…

The Unknown Terrorist

“In this stunning and brilliant and roaring book he shouts the question loudly to be heard in every nation ranged against brooding Bin Laden…

Gould’s Book of Fish

“What’s memorable–even extraordinary–about this book are Flanagan’s aphoristic talent, his imagination and his uncanny ability to channel the Rabelaisian voices of the great picaresque…

Death of a River Guide

“A triumphant tour de force, and a novel that succeeds brilliantly in its audacious design and offers the smart reader complex and memorable rewards.”…