Books by Brendan Freely

SERENADE FOR NADIA by Zülfü Livanelli
Released: March 3, 2020

"A book that is hard to get through yet hard to forget."
Turkish writer and political activist Livaneli (Bliss, 2006, etc.) uses the story of a modern Turkish woman's relationship with an aged professor from America to delve into ugly truths about Turkey's past. Read full book review >
THE GAZE by Elif Shafak
Released: Oct. 14, 2006

"A strange, hallucinatory work."
From Turkish novelist Shafak (The Saint of Incipient Insanities, 2004, etc.), a richly layered narrative concerning misfits and how society views them. Read full book review >