About the Author:
Michael Chabon is the American Novelist and short story writer. Apart from this novel, his work includes the mysteries of Pittsburgh, The amazing adventures of Kavalier and Clay, Wonder Boys, Yiddish Policemen’s Union, Alternate History, and a lot more. His work is characterized by the complex language, along with recurring themes including nostalgia, fatherhood, divorce, abandonment, and the most notable issue of Jewish identity. Michael loves to add bisexual, gay, and Jewish characters in his stories. His novel named Yiddish Policemen’s Union and alternate history had won Hugo, Sidewise, Nebula, and Ignotus awards. Michael’s writing skills are incredibly good as all his novels are really crisp and readable.
About the Novel:
Moonglow is the recent masterpiece written by the well-known writer Michael Chabon. The novel is all about truth and lies, family legends, and existential adventure – and the forces that work to destroy us. Like all other Michael’s novels, this masterpiece is again somewhat different and contains the unique content. This novel unfolds with the deathbed confession of the man that refers to the narrator’s grandfather. Basically, the Moonglow is the portrait of the different but passionate love between the narrator’s grandfather and grandmother. This one tale is the combination of countless contents such as the madness, war and adventure, marriage and sex desires, keeping secret and telling lies, existential doubt and modern rocketry and finally destructive impact and creative power. One can find romance, madness, and mysteries in a single story. Also, the Moonglow is a tour de force of speculative autobiography in which chabon devises and reveal his own imagination. From the heyday of the space program to the twilight of the American century, this novel revisits an entire era through a single life and collapses the lifetime in a single week.
Moonglow is no doubt the spell – bounding novel. This novel is engrossing enough that it bounds the amazing spell till the end of the page. This is the Chabon’s most quirky and inventive novel. Well, if you really like the idiosyncratic novels then Moonglow is probably the perfect choice for you. This book is really worth the money and time.