So the wise folks over at the Pulitzer committee gave out their 2013 awards and there was a nice surprise there in the fiction column. The winner was Adam Johnson’s brilliantly perverse black comedy of North Korean mind tricks, The Orphan Master’s Son.
I reviewed the book for PopMatters when it first came out in early 2012, here. It’s available now in paperback.
And since we’re in that brave new world of video book publicity, here’s the novel’s trailer: