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Karolina Waclawiak is a screenwriter and author of two critically acclaimed novels, How to Get into the Twin Palms and The Invaders. Her writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, VQR, and other notable publications. Formerly an editor of the Believer, she is now Deputy Culture Editor at BuzzFeed News.
"The Invaders is a gut punch of a novel--a scathing look at privileged people trapped by their own choices, but unable to imagine an alternative to their misery. Karolina Waclawiak is a remarkable writer, able to channel the unflinching clarity of Richard Yates, the off-kilter tenderness of Cheever, and taut narrative energy of crime fiction in a voice that is all her own."--Tom Perrotta, author of "The Leftovers and Little Children "
"A blazing wonder of a novel . . . As whip-smart and cunning as it is poignant and mysterious, The Invaders demonstrates that Waclawiak's masterful debut novel, How to Get into the Twin Palms, was just the beginning."--Megan Abbott, author of "Dare Me "
"The Invaders is an elegant, ominous book, a sharp, witty novel of manners of the most sinister kind. In Waclawiak's expert hands, this novel will have you holding your breath and your heart until the very last word."--Roxane Gay, author of "Bad Feminist and An Untamed State "
"Karolina Waclawiak's The Invaders is the stiffest of literary drinks--it'll jolt your system, and make the world around you glow a little differently when you're done with it. Witty, dark, and honest, this novel tells the hard--but hilarious--truths about aging in America, dysfunctional relationships, and suburban vices."--Jami Attenberg, author of "The Middlesteins "
"The Invaders is as crisp as they come, hilarious and alarming in equal measure. This book is a time bomb in madras shorts, ready for golf, sex, and natural disasters."--Emma Straub, author of "The Vacationers and Laura Lamont's Life in Pictures "
"How To Get Into the Twin Palms was a mini-masterpiece of atmosphere and mood; a new book is a cause for celebration."--Emily Gould, author of "Friendship "