Invisible by Paul Auster is an American novel in four parts.
I first came across Paul Auster when I picked up a copy of Brooklyn Follies a few years ago. It is one of those novels that grabs you from the first sentence and I enjoyed it very much. Since then, Paul Auster is always on my mind when I find myself in a book shop but until recently I hadn’t actually bought anything. That changed last weekend when I picked up a copy of Invisible. The blurb promised a ‘bristling thriller and a racy tale of intrigue and loss’ and I guess that is what the novel delivers. But for me, this wasn’t as good as the earlier book. Auster has been pretty prolific so if you have read any of his work, I’d be interested to know which titles you recommend.