Harper Perennial, 9780061946509, 288pp.
Publication Date: August 3, 2010
A captivating debut from exciting new talent Sean Ferrell, Numb is the endearing tale of a man with no memory or ability to feel pain, who attracts a colorful crowd of sycophants and exploiters while trying to come to terms with who he really is. Fans of the work of Richard Powers, Gary Shteyngart, and Thomas Pynchon—and of the films The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Truman Show, and the cinematic oeuvre of Charlie Kaufman—will love the unique and entertaining Numb.
Praise For Numb: A Novel…
“Ferrell’s eye-catching debut is a mordant take on contemporary culture.... Artfully barbed entertainment.”