Michael Chabon’s Novel 'Moonglow' Illuminates as Much as It Obscures

It is by far the Pulitzer Prize-winning author's darkest book to date. From the opening scene, in which the grandfather strangles his boss in a blind rage, there is violence and emotional trauma at every turn.

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“Moonglow” by Michael Chabon, Harper, 448 pages, $28.99