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Zero K

by Don DeLillo

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Joining his billionaire father at a secret compound where terminally ill people are placed in stasis in the hopes of future-world cures, Jeff explores questions about humanity's right to control death and his father's resolve to secure his own longevity.

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Don DeLillo has won the National Book Award, the PEN/Faulkner Award, and been nominated for several Pulitzer Prizes. His new book is Zero K. Joyce Ravid hide caption

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DeLillo's 'Zero K' Freezes At The Edge Of Immortality

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