Nicholson Baker, the bestselling author of
Vox and The Fermata, returns to the terrain that made him famous with a
gleefully provocative, off-the-charts erotic work of fiction that is unlike
anything you’ve read.
• A long-awaited return to career-making
genre: Nicholson Baker’s bestselling sex novels
Vox (1992) and The
(1994)— Vox spent twelve weeks on the New York Times
bestseller list, and each sold more than 100,000 copies—took him to a new level
of notoriety and readership. With
, Baker delivers the raunch-fest of comic wonderment that his fans have
been waiting for him to write for nearly two decades.
• A mind-blowing, sex-positive escapade:
Baker takes us to a surreal but familiar world, where carnal improprieties you
may have imagined—and some weird ones you probably haven’t—are cheerfully
fulfilled. Be warned: the book is indescribably explicit.
House of Holes
is one celebrated literary novelist’s answer to our porn-saturated culture, a
modern-day Hieronymous Boschian bacchanal that will arouse, amuse, and
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