Signed Copies from Katie Hafner
Signed copies are now available of The Boys, the fiction debut from journalist and author Katie Hafner.
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In its starred review, Publisher's Weekly wrote, "The heartbreaking late reveal will take a second reading to fully sink in and pushes the troubled marriage genre to dizzying extremes. It’s a remarkable outing, and readers will look forward to seeing what Hafner does next."
Katie was on staff at The New York Times for ten years, where she remains a frequent contributor. Her previous six books, all nonfiction, covered a range of topics, including the origins of the Internet, computer hackers, German reunification, and the pianist Glenn Gould.
Katie is the co-creator and host of Lost Women of Science, a new narrative podcast that illuminates the lives of remarkable female scientists whose stories have been lost to history. She also hosts the Our Mothers Ourselves podcast.
"Hafner's taut and utterly delightful debut is a novel of multitudes.... What a wonder of storytelling."--Weike Wang, New York Times
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