August 6th, 2011 | 0 Comments
In June there were quite a few good nonfiction books published while July brought fiction to the forefront with inward-looking anti-heroes as well as political satire and a fascinating re-imagining of one fabulous woman’s life in the gilded age.
Millennium People by J.G. Ballard
The late literary icon J.G. Ballard’s penultimate novel is his first new book to be published in America in nearly a decade. The surrealist master examines the social malaise of the middle classes in this brilliant political satire, in which a psychologist attempts to stop a British-based terrorist group who is stirring the middle class into anarchy by way of violence.