Then We Came to the End
First US edition with image of Post-it notes
|Publisher||Little, Brown and Company|
|March 1, 2007|
|Media type||Print (Hardback)|
|Pages||400 pp (HB 1st edition)|
|LC Class||PS3606.E774 T47 2007|
Then We Came to the End is the first novel by Joshua Ferris. It was released by Little, Brown and Company on March 1, 2007. A satire of the American workplace, it is similar in tone to Don DeLillo's Americana, even borrowing DeLillo's first line for its title.
The book also won the PEN/Hemingway Award for best first novel.
- Lieberstein, Paul (March 2007). "The Only Business Book You Need This Year". GQ. Vol. 77 no. 3. p. 206.
- "Briefly Noted: Then We Came to the End"; newyorker.com; March 26, 2007.
- "The Leisure Meter". Esquire. Vol. 147 no. 3. March 2007. p. 68.
- O'Rourke, Meghan; "Hell Is Other Cubicles: Joshua Ferris' new novel about work, the great American pastime."; slate.com; March 8, 2007.
- "The 10 Best Books of 2007"; The New York Times; December 9, 2007.
- Grossman, Lev; "The 10 Best Fiction Books"; Time magazine; December 24, 2007; Pages 44 - 45.
- Grossman, Lev; Top 10 Fiction Books; time.com
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