A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara


A Little Life follows 4 college classmates—broke, adrift, and buoyed only by using their friendship and ambition—as they pass to New York on the lookout for reputation and fortune. Even as their relationships, which are tinged through dependency, fulfillment, and pleasure, deepen over a long time, the guys are held collectively by their devotion to the tremendous, enigmatic Jude, a person scarred by way of unspeakable youth trauma. A hymn to brotherly bonds and a masterful depiction of love in the twenty-first century, Hanya Yanagihara’s lovely novel is set in the families we are born into and the people that we make for ourselves.

“magnificent.” —The Atlantic
“Deeply transferring. . . . A wrenching portrait of the iconic grace of friendship.” —NPR
“Elemental, irreducible.” —the brand New Yorker
“Hypnotic. . . . An intimate, operatic friendship among 4 guys.” —The Economist
“Capacious and consuming. . . . Immersive.” —The Boston Globe
“beautiful.” —l.  A. Instances
“notable. . . . It’s not hyperbole to call this novel a masterwork—if that word is simply too little for it.” —San Francisco Chronicle
“top-notch. . . . An epic examination of trauma and friendship written with such intelligence and depth of belief that it will be one of the benchmarks in opposition to which all different novels that broach those subjects (and they are legion) could be measured. . . . A bit of lifestyle pronounces [Yanagihara] as a main American novelist.” —The Wall Avenue Journal
“Gripping. Wonderfully romantic and from time to time harrowing, a bit of lifestyle saved me from studying past due into the night, night time after night.” —Edmund White
“Spellbinding . . . . An exquisitely written, complicated triumph.” —O, The Oprah mag
“Drawn in exceptional detail via incantatory prose. . . . Affecting and transcendent.” —The Washington submit
“[A Little Life] lands with a real sense of occasion: the advent of a prime new voice in fiction. . . . Yanagihara’s success has less to do with length . . . Than with the breadth and intensity of its significant strength, which speaks no longer to the indomitability of the spirit, however to the fragility of the self.” —vogue
“Wonderful. . . . The ebook shifts from a generational portrait to something darker and extra gentle: an exam of the depths of human cruelty, counterbalanced through the restorative powers of friendship.” —The New Yorker
“A book unlike every other. . . . A little existence asks critical questions about humanism and euthanasia and psychiatry and any variety of the partis pris of modern-day Western life. . . . A devastating read to leave your coronary heart, just like the Grinch’s, some sizes large.” —The dad or mum
“exceedingly desirable.” —Newsweek
“a bit of lifestyle is not like whatever else is available. Over the top, beyond the light, and pretty without a doubt unforgettable.” —The Independent
“Piercing. . . . [Yanagihara is] a creator with the skills to interrogate the basest and most stunning extremes of human behavior with sustained, bruising depth.” —The Instances Literary Supplement
“A brave novel. . . . Magnificent and shifting.” —Literary evaluation
“captivating and absolutely immersive. . . . Stunning.” —day by day news

5.25 x 1.38 x 8 inches
5.25 x 1.38 x 8 inches
5.25 x 1.38 x 8 inches
1.25 Pound
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832 Pages

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