Tag Archives: Tom Drury

Pacific

“All great books are strange . . . Pacific is a terrific book, and a strange one, as strange as the world and the…

Hunts in Dreams

“Drury is an absolutely delightful writer who has carved out a world of his own in American fiction, one that is odd, revealing, and…

The End of Vandalism

“Brilliant, wonderfully funny . . . It’s hard to think of any novel—let alone a first novel—in which you can hear the people so…

The Driftless Area

“Drury ties up all the threads (Shane, the fire, Stella) with consummate skill. . . . The bittersweet ending is a perfect mix of…

The Black Brook

Back in print, a reissue of the novel Daniel Handler called “one of my favorite novels on earth” (Christian Science Monitor), now expanded with…