4 3 2 1 Book Review
Paul Auster is a madman. 4 3 2 1 gives us four simultaneous yet different narratives genetically connected by one life.
This is an important novel due to its sheer moxie; it not only challenges well-established conventions in the field of literature, it summarily ignores them.
4 3 2 1 is an ambitious work that absolutely experiments with style and execution. It is extremely well written, meticulously organized, and clearly a labor of love.
His first novel in seven years, 4 3 2 1, is nearly 900 pages and is narratively a never-ending ocean of stories featuring dozens of characters.