By Ingihara the ship (Author)

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Four classmates at a small college in Massachusetts move to New York to start their life's path: Willem, kind-hearted and handsome, yearns to be an actor; JB, witty and sometimes cruel, seeks to find his way into the world of art; Malcolm, a frustrated architect in a prestigious office; And the enigmatic, introverted Jude, and also, it turns out, the center of gravity of the group. Over the years the relationship between the four deepens and deepens, colored by addiction, success and pride. And yet their greatest challenge, as each of them finally realizes, is Jude himself, who midway through his life is a terrifyingly talented top lawyer, yet a broken man whose mind and body are scarred by an indescribable childhood, haunted by trauma, afraid that He will not be able to overcome her - and she will define his life forever and ever. In rich and brilliant prose, Yingihara creates a tragic and noble hymn to love between friends, a description of a masterpiece of a broken heart, and a somber examination of the tyranny of memory and the limits of human endurance. The reviews praise: "The book gradually turns from a portrait of a generation into something darker and more pleasant: as dark and disturbing as it is, there is beauty in it." A little too small for him." San Francisco Chronicler "There are hard truths here almost without you—that hope is a limited thing, and that even love is not always enough." Los Angeles Times "A book that establishes Yingihara's position as a major American writer... an epic study of trauma and of friendship." The Wall Street Journal "If you see us sitting on the beach with a thick book, crying, you'll know why." The Guardian "An unforgettable novel about the kindness of friendship." npr "A book that will fill you with inspiration and knock you down." The Washington Post Hania Yanagihara lives in New York and her first book, The People in the Trees, was published in 2014 by Atlantic Books.

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