Salmon Fishing in the Yemen: A Novel by Paul Torday

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Salmon Fishing in the Yemen: A Novel

'“[At] its heart is Jones’s journey from skepticism to belief.” —The New York Times“Torday’s clear talent is striking such a variety of notes, from soulful to satirical, and making them work as one bracing, bittersweet whole.” —Michael Upchurch, The Seattle Times “Paul Torday’s debut novel is about an impossibility. It is also about belief in the impossible, and belief itself. And the remarkable thing is that a book about so deeply serious a matter can make you laugh . . . Salmon Fishing is extraordinary indeed, and a triumph.” —The Guardian'
'“[At] its heart is Jones’s journey from skepticism to belief.” —The New York Times“Torday’s clear talent is striking such a variety of notes, from soulful to satirical, and making them work as one bracing, bittersweet whole.” —Michael Upchurch, The Seattle Times “Paul Torday’s debut novel is about an impossibility. It is also about belief in the impossible, and belief itself. And the remarkable thing is that a book about so deeply serious a matter can make you laugh . . . Salmon Fishing is extraordinary indeed, and a triumph.” —The Guardian'
Publisher: Mariner Books ISBN: 9780547416250 Pages: 352