“In this ingenious minimal novel… peculiar events lead to an unconventional romantic triangle…The writing is clear, precise, and playful, featuring dramatic tone and point-of-view shifts, imagined moments, and movie script–style scene descriptions….” Read the full review of We Three at Publisher’s Read on! →
Louis Meyer is an overworked aerospace engineer looking forward to a week-long vacation on the Mediterranean. DeMilo is an astronaut and self-proclaimed ladies’ man whose behavior borders on the obsessive and voyeuristic. When a series of coincidences and disasters―including a devastating earthquake in Marseilles―brings them together on a spacecraft with an aloof woman they are both strongly attracted to, the two men’s flaws and shortcomings emerge as they engage in an underhanded competition to win her over.
Fiction Now reports on the current states of the novel in France, taking a series of soundings within the compass of innovative French writing since 2001. Chapters focus closely upon Jean Echenoz, Marie Redonnet, Christian Gailly, Lydie Salvayre… Read on! →