Talk about feats of imagination. Adam Levin’s new novel Bubblegum (Doubleday) posits a present-day reality where there is no Internet - and never has been. And then?
“Adam Levin’s brilliant, inventive, fully imagined alternative world gives us insight and clarity about the actual world we live in. We are implicated, warned, but what a hilarious ride. Bubblegum is a wild, ambitious, and original novel. Levin is a wonder.” - Dana Spiotta.
“Adam Levin is one of our wildest writers and our funniest, and Bubblegum is a dazzling accomplishment of wit and inventiveness – an irrepressible and insanely entertaining examination of our obsessive culture that doesn’t forget to be fond of that which it is satirizing. Levin’s keen and ornery mind, reveling in the world with vast energy, shows us new ways of loving it.”- George Saunders.
Adam Levin’s other books are The Instructions and Hot Pink. This should be fun.