A.G. Mojtabai

As A.G. Mojtabai’s Thirst opens, Lena has been summoned to the bedside of her ailing “brother” Theo, an aging country priest who has started to refuse food and drink. What Lena faces is complicated by the fact that she left the faith long ago.

“James Wilson’s Coyote Fork…a disturbing chiller…is an insightful take on modern life, including the viral nature of online hatred.”

—The Independent (UK)