Ghostwritten by David Mitchell. David Mitchell is so brilliant I don’t know how he can withstand his own glow. This book is not a quick and easy read, but it is worth every minute. It’s his first book, but it reads more like his fifth. Each of the 9 sections is told from the perspective of a different character, many of whom I would happily read an entire novel about. What a show-off! He lost me in a couple of places, but that’s part of his charm; I enjoy a little ambiguity. If you do read it, please tell me what exactly is going on in the last chapter.