The Book Of Form And Emptiness by Ruth Ozeki

"The Book of Form and Emptiness" follows the journey of a young boy named Benny Oh who discovers an extraordinary ability to hear the voices of inanimate objects. As Benny navigates his complicated family dynamics and copes with the loss of his father, he becomes entangled with a cast of eccentric characters and finds solace in the companionship of the objects around him. This thought-provoking novel explores themes of grief, identity, and the power of imagination, ultimately challenging readers to reconsider their relationship with the material world.

The 10768th greatest book of all time


Published
2021
Nationality
Japanese
Type
Fiction
Pages
560
Words
134,000
Original Language
English

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