The Bone Clocks – Review

Ever since the publication in 1999 of his first novel, Ghostwritten, author David Mitchell has consistently delighted in playing with narrative structure, such as in his earlier work, Cloud Atlas, in which six centuries-spanning narratives are nested together like matryoshka dolls. Mitchell’s latest novel, The Bone Clocks, is also divided into multiple sections, each with … Continue reading The Bone Clocks – Review