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Publisher - Atlantic 

Edition - 2011 
Binding - Paperback 
Language - English
Pages - 484 
Condition - Use (Good Condition)

The sensational international bestseller by Australia's "preeminent contemporary novelist" ("The Age"), in his United States debut
Winner of the 2009 Commonwealth Writers' Prize, Christos Tsiolkas's "The Slap" is a riveting page-turner and a powerful, haunting rumination on contemporary middle-class family life. When a man slaps a child who is not his own at a neighborhood barbecue, the act triggers a series of repercussions in the lives of the people who witness the event-causing them to reassess their values, expectations, and desires. For readers of Jonathan Franzen and Tom Perrotta, this is a compelling account of modern society and the way we live today.