Fiction Umberto Eco Numero Zero

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Numero Zero

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"Numero Zero [is]...a smart puzzle and a delight." "Kirkus Reviews," starred
"Eco combines his delight in suspense with astute political satire in this brainy, funny, neatly lacerating thriller . Eco s caustically clever, darkly hilarious, dagger-quick tale of lies, crimes, and collusions condemns the shameless corruption and greed undermining journalism and governments everywhere. A satisfyingly scathing indictment brightened by resolute love." --"Booklist""

December 2015 Indie Next Pick
"Numero Zero [is]...a smart puzzle and a delight." "Kirkus Reviews," starred
"Eco combines his delight in suspense with astute political satire in this brainy, funny, neatly lacerating thriller . Eco s caustically clever, darkly hilarious, dagger-quick tale of lies, crimes, and collusions condemns the shameless corruption and greed undermining journalism and governments everywhere. A satisfyingly scathing indictment brightened by resolute love." --"Booklist""

December 2015 Indie Next Pick
Witty and wry...slim in pages but plump in satire about modern Italy...it s hard not to be charmed by the zest of the author. Tom Rachman, "New York Times Book Review"
"Frequently imitated for his amalgamation of intellect, conspiracism, and historical suspense, the author of "In the Name of the Rose" takes a more contemporary and satirical turn. In 1992, as Italy works to cleanse itself of corruption, a hack journalist is hired to ghostwrite a memoir about a never-to-be-published gossip rag in order to cover up the real rationale for its fakery. Eco s warped parable is rooted in a very specific time and place, but readers of Elena Ferrante or Rachel Kushner will likely catch the barbs in his clever absurdities." Vulture ("New York"), "7 Books You Need to Read this November"
"Numero Zero [is]...a smart puzzle and a delight." "Kirkus Reviews," starred
"Eco combines his delight in suspense with astute political satire in this brainy, funny, neatly lacerating thriller . Eco s caustically clever, darkly hilarious, dagger-quick tale of lies, crimes, and collusions condemns the shameless corruption and greed undermining journalism and governments everywhere. A satisfyingly scathing indictment brightened by resolute love." --"Booklist""

One of Vulture's "7 Books You Need to Read this November" Included on the "Los Angeles Times"'s "Holiday Books Roundup" One of "Bloomberg Business"'s "Eight Books for Your Holiday Reading"One of The Millions "Most Anticipated" from the Second Half of 2015One of the "Sun Herald"'s "Ten noteworthy fiction and nonfiction titles on the way"December 2015 Indie Next Pick Witty and wry...slim in pages but plump in satire about modern Italy...it s hard not to be charmed by the zest of the author. Tom Rachman, "New York Times Book Review" "Frequently imitated for his amalgamation of intellect, conspiracism, and historical suspense, the author of "In the Name of the Rose" takes a more contemporary and satirical turn. In 1992, as Italy works to cleanse itself of corruption, a hack journalist is hired to ghostwrite a memoir about a never-to-be-published gossip rag in order to cover up the real rationale for its fakery. Eco s warped parable is rooted in a very specific time and place, but readers of Elena Ferrante or Rachel Kushner will likely catch the barbs in his clever absurdities." Vulture ("New York"), "7 Books You Need to Read this November" "Numero Zero [is]...a smart puzzle and a delight." "Kirkus Reviews," starred "Eco combines his delight in suspense with astute political satire in this brainy, funny, neatly lacerating thriller . Eco s caustically clever, darkly hilarious, dagger-quick tale of lies, crimes, and collusions condemns the shameless corruption and greed undermining journalism and governments everywhere. A satisfyingly scathing indictment brightened by resolute love." --"Booklist""

"New York Times "Paperback Row One of Vulture's "7 Books You Need to Read this November" Included on the "Los Angeles Times"'s "Holiday Books Roundup" One of "Bloomberg Business"'s "Eight Books for Your Holiday Reading"One of The Millions "Most Anticipated" from the Second Half of 2015One of the "Sun Herald"'s "Ten noteworthy fiction and nonfiction titles on the way"December 2015 Indie Next Pick Witty and wry...slim in pages but plump in satire about modern Italy...it s hard not to be charmed by the zest of the author. Tom Rachman, "New York Times Book Review" "Frequently imitated for his amalgamation of intellect, conspiracism, and historical suspense, the author of "In the Name of the Rose" takes a more contemporary and satirical turn. In 1992, as Italy works to cleanse itself of corruption, a hack journalist is hired to ghostwrite a memoir about a never-to-be-published gossip rag in order to cover up the real rationale for its fakery. Eco s warped parable is rooted in a very specific time and place, but readers of Elena Ferrante or Rachel Kushner will likely catch the barbs in his clever absurdities." Vulture ("New York"), "7 Books You Need to Read this November" "Colonna, thestruggling ghostwriter at the heart of this story, is transfixed by a juicy scoop: that Mussolini wasnot killed by partisans in 1945, as most believe, but instead survived inhiding. This sly satire, borrowing from outrageous real-life Italian politics, features a larger-than-life leader, conspiracytheories and an almost-corrupt press." "New York Times," Paperback Row "Numero Zero [is]...a smart puzzle and a delight." "Kirkus Reviews," starred "Eco combines his delight in suspense with astute political satire in this brainy, funny, neatly lacerating thriller . Eco s caustically clever, darkly hilarious, dagger-quick tale of lies, crimes, and collusions condemns the shameless corruption and greed undermining journalism and governments everywhere. A satisfyingly scathing indictment brightened by resolute love." --"Booklist""

New York Times Paperback Row
One of Vulture's "7 Books You Need to Read this November"
Included on the Los Angeles Times's "Holiday Books Roundup"
One of Bloomberg Business's "Eight Books for Your Holiday Reading"

One of The Millions "Most Anticipated" from the Second Half of 2015
One of the Sun Herald's "Ten noteworthy fiction and nonfiction titles on the way"
December 2015 Indie Next Pick

Witty and wry...slim in pages but plump in satire about modern Italy...it s hard not to be charmed by the zest of the author. Tom Rachman, New York Times Book Review

"Frequently imitated for his amalgamation of intellect, conspiracism, and historical suspense, the author of In the Name of the Rose takes a more contemporary and satirical turn. In 1992, as Italy works to cleanse itself of corruption, a hack journalist is hired to ghostwrite a memoir about a never-to-be-published gossip rag in order to cover up the real rationale for its fakery. Eco s warped parable is rooted in a very specific time and place, but readers of Elena Ferrante or Rachel Kushner will likely catch the barbs in his clever absurdities." Vulture ( New York), "7 Books You Need to Read this November"

"Colonna, thestruggling ghostwriter at the heart of this story, is transfixed by a juicy scoop: that Mussolini wasnot killed by partisans in 1945, as most believe, but instead survived inhiding. This sly satire, borrowing from outrageous real-life Italian politics, features a larger-than-life leader, conspiracytheories and an almost-corrupt press." New York Times, Paperback Row

"Numero Zero [is]...a smart puzzle and a delight." Kirkus Reviews, starred

"Eco combines his delight in suspense with astute political satire in this brainy, funny, neatly lacerating thriller . Eco s caustically clever, darkly hilarious, dagger-quick tale of lies, crimes, and collusions condemns the shameless corruption and greed undermining journalism and governments everywhere. A satisfyingly scathing indictment brightened by resolute love." -- Booklist"

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From the best-selling author of The Name of the Rose and The Prague Cemetery, a novel about the murky world of media politics, conspiracy, and murder

A newspaper committed to blackmailandmud slinging, rather than reporting the news.

A paranoid editor, walking through the streets of Milan, reconstructing fifty years of history against the backdrop of a plot involving the cadaver of Mussolini's double.

The murder of Pope John Paul I, the CIA, red terrorists handled by secret services, twenty years of bloodshed, andevents that seem outlandish until the BBC proves them true.

A fragile love story between two born losers, a failed ghost writer, and a vulnerable girl, who specializes in celebrity gossip yet cries over the second movement of Beethoven s Seventh. And then a dead body that suddenly appears in a back alley in Milan.

Setin 1992 and foreshadowingthe mysteries and follies of the following twenty years, Numero Zerois ascintillating take on our times from the best-selling author of The Name of the Roseand Foucault's Pendulum."

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