Books by David Szalay

TURBULENCE by David Szalay
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 16, 2019

"Szalay has devised an ingenious way to accommodate enormous range in a miniature form. Subtle, smart—a triumph."
The slender new novel from Szalay—whose most recent book, All That Man Is, was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize in 2016—is a (world) tour de force, an exploration in fiction of the concept of six degrees of separation. Read full book review >
LONDON AND THE SOUTH-EAST by David Szalay
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 3, 2017

"Szalay has written a book about a man who is not unlike the rest of us, a swirling mass of contradictions, of good intentions and less good actions: eager, desperate even, to make the best of circumstance."
Man Booker Prize finalist Szalay's (All That Man Is, 2016, etc.) debut novel, originally published in Britain in 2008, is a satire that turns into something more. Read full book review >
ALL THAT MAN IS by David Szalay
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 4, 2016

"A grim but compelling composite portrait by a talented writer."
The third book from Szalay, one of Granta's most recent group of Best Young British Novelists, is a tightly woven, precisely observed novel in stories, nine of them, about men adrift, lonely, wandering, and wondering. Read full book review >
SPRING by David Szalay
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 1, 2012

"Subtle in its psychology, elegantly written, with lively and amusing minor characters—an impressive novel, but one with a slight morguelike chill."
A precise portrait of a blurry affair. Read full book review >