TOM LIN is the author of The Thousand Crimes of Ming Tsu, a New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice and a finalist for the 2022 Carnegie Medal for Excellence. It's been compared to the work of Cormac McCarthy, Ray Bradbury, and the Coen Brothers and has been called "striking" and "assured" (New York Times), "poetic and cinematic" (San Francisco Chronicle), "startling... stunning... wondrous" (Oprah Daily), "rollicking" (Los Angeles Times), "brilliant" (New York Magazine), "thrilling" (Town & Country), "beautifully imagined... extraordinary" (Booklist, starred), "remarkable" (BookPage, starred), "gritty, luminous, and fantastic" (David Woodrell, Winter's Bone), and "a fierce new version of the Westward Dream" (Jonathan Lethem, Motherless Brooklyn). “A book out of bounds.... Saves the western by blowing it to bits. Don’t wait for the movie.”―Marlon James, Wall Street Journal
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