Calling Thomas Pynchon a “virtuoso with prose,” the Chicago Tribune compares his work to
James Joyce’s Ulysses. Pynchon,
winner of the National Book Award, has shocked, enthralled, and delighted fans
for more than forty years with his satire and wit.
Quite unexpectedly, Mrs. Oedipa Maas finds herself the
executor of the estate of Pierce Inverarity, a man she used to know in a
more-or-less intimate fashion. When Oedipa heads off to Southern California to
sort through Pierce’s affairs, she becomes ensnared in a hilarious and puzzling
worldwide conspiracy. Download and start listening now!