Six crisscrossing narratives unfold in the novel set along old Route 66, from the Inland Empire to its Chicago terminus, spanning the years from the late 1950s to the present. The characters are bound by a fact unknown to them: they have each checked out the same public library copy of “The Great Gatsby.”
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