The Saint of Incipient Insanities: A Novel

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Enter your Username Email below. Omer, Abed and Piyu are roommates, foreigners all recently arrived in the United States. Omer, from Istanbul, is a Ph. Gail is American yet feels utterly displaced in her homeland and moves from one obsession to another in an effort to find solid ground.

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Piyu is a Spaniard, who is studying to be a dentist in spite of his fear of sharp objects, and is baffled by the many relatives of his Mexican-American girlfriend, Algre, and in many ways by Algre herself. Keenly insightful and sharply humorous, The Saint of Incipient Insanities is a vibrant exploration of love, friendship, culture, nationality, exile and belonging.

With its themes of displacement, its Boston-area setting, and its ease with academic topics, Shafak s novel suggests Jhumpa Lahiri s The Namesake with the amplifier cranked up all the way to eleven.