The Wall Street Journal wrote last week, “Union Atlantic is the first serious fictional portrait of the bailout era — in which the unbridled risk-taking of our banking institutions bumped up against powerful government officials trying to keep the system afloat. Decades from now, this fine novel will help readers understand the period we’ve just been through.” The New York Times Book Review agreed. “The eerie overlap of Haslett’s narrative with current events in the American economy,” wrote Liesl Schillinger, “gives Union Atlantic unusual impact.”
Want to see what all the fuss is about? Meet the author on his book tour, which is now in full swing. Or listen to the interview he gave today on The Leonard Lopate Show. Read the review on Bookslut.com, the profile in New York Magazine and the interview in The Wall Street Journal. And be sure to pick up a copy!