Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer

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Far­rar, Straus and Giroux It’s taken a decade for Foer to re­lease a new novel, but it is promis­ing to be as pow­er­ful as his pre­vi­ous works Ev­ery­thing Is Il­lu­mi­nated and Ex­tremely Loud and In­cred­i­bly Close. As a cat­a­strophic earth­quake wreaks havoc on the Mid­dle East, three sons watch their par­ents’ mar­riage and their fam­ily fall apart in Wash­ing­ton, D.C. From global up­heaval to do­mes­tic un­rest, Foer asks the ques­tions, What is the true mean­ing of home? And can one man truly play many roles with­out their con­flict­ing na­tures tear­ing him apart?

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