Nersesian's extravagantly imagined dystopia relies-as did those in Philip Roth's Plot Against America and Michael Chabon's Yiddish Policemen's Union-on an alternate, counterfactual history."-The New York Times Book Review
Combining sci-fi space/time-warping, Unabomber-style political ranting and an overall air of goose-bump paranoia, this is one turbo-charged trip. . . . A sharp, strange read: Imagine William Burroughs and Philip K. Dick sharing a needle."-Kirkus Reviews
Brilliant."-Time Out New York
Arthur Nersesian's six previous novels (including The Fuck-Up, MTV/Pocket Books, which has sold over 100,000 copies) have focused on the tragicomedy of fin de siècle New York City. Here, in his boldest novel to date, Nersesian has broken through into a new landscape that at once fuses the real with the surreal, the psychological with the psychedelic. He lives in New York City.