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— The Penguin Press, New York 2013

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Review of Bleeding Edge — by Albert Rolls, Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon Vol 2, No 1 (2013)

The Crying of West 79th Street — by Ed Park, Bookforum, Sept/Oct/Nov 2013

Thomas Pynchon’s '9/11 Novel' Bleeding Edge: Let the Wild Prognosticating Begin — by Alex Pappademas, Grantland, February 26, 2013

Read the First Page of Thomas Pynchon’s New Novel, Bleeding Edge — by Josh Jones, Open Culture, April 21, 2013

Thomas Pynchon Returns to New York, Where He’s Always Been — by J.K. Trotter, The Atlantic Wire, June 17, 2013

Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon — by Rebecca Glenn, The Book Frog, Sunday, July 21, 2013

Bleeding Edge — by David Kipen, Publishers Weekly, August 19, 2013

On the Edge with Thomas Pynchon — by Barbara Hoffert, Library Journal, August 19, 2013

On the Thomas Pynchon Trail: From the Long Island of His Boyhood to the 'Yupper West Side' of His New Novel — by Boris Kachka, Vulture, 8/25/13

Maxine of the Mean Streets — by Keith Miller, Literary Review, 29/08/2013

Pynchonicity — by Gary Lippman, The Paris Review, September 5, 2013

"A Search Result With No Instructions on How to Look for It" — by Troy Patterson, Slate, Friday, Sept. 6, 2013

Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon — by Stuart Kelly, The Scotsman, 07. September 2013

Pynchon’s potboiler explores 9/11 attacks — by Andrew Ervin, PhillyCom, Sunday, September 8, 2013

Thomas Pynchon Returns as a Prophet of the Post–Snowden Era — by Jason Tanz, Wired, 09.09.13

Pynchon’s Deep Web — by Michael Jarvis, Los Angeles Review of Books, September 10th, 2013

A Calamity Tailor–Made for Internet Conspiracy Theories — by Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times, September 10, 2013

Bleeding Edge: A Pynchon Moment — by Levi Asher, Literary Kicks, Wednesday, September 11, 2013

"Bleeding Edge": Thomas Pynchon goes truther — by Andrew Leonard, Salon, Wednesday, Sep 11, 2013

Thomas Pynchon Takes on September 11 — by Adam Kirsch, The New Republic, September 11, 2013

Thomas Pynchon meets 9/11 in 'Bleeding Edge' — by Carolyn Kellogg, LA Times, September 11, 2013

Thomas Pynchon Meets His Match: The Internet — by Alexander Nazaryan, The Daily Beast Sep 11, 2013

Reading about the day the towers fell — by David L. Ulin, LA Times, September 11, 2013

Book World: Thomas Pynchon’s 'Bleeding Edge' — by Michael Dirda, The Washington Post, September 11, 2013

Pynchonopolis — by Jonathan Lethem, The New York Times, September 12, 2013

Paranoid Pynchon Channels Snowden in Security Nightmare — by Craig Seligman, Bloomberg, Sep 12, 2013

Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon — by Theo Tait, The Guardian, Friday 13 September 2013

Pynchon’s new book "Bleeding Edge" is call to arms — by Mike Fischer, JS Online, Sept. 13, 2013

Cracking the Code to Pynchon — by Malcolm Jones, Newsweek, 09.13.13

Getting Constructively Lost: A Review of Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge — by Sean Carswell, The Nervous Breakdown, September 13, 2013

'Bleeding Edge' by Thomas Pynchon — by Thomas Jones, Financial Times, September 13, 2013

Thomas Pynchon: Bleeding Edge - A Novel (Jonathan Cape) — by Hugh McDonald, The Herald, Saturday 14 September 2013

No one writes likes Pynchon on the 'Bleeding Edge' — by Don Oldenburg, USA Today, September 14, 2013

Thomas Pynchon’s Silicon Alley — by Mike Godwin, Reason September 14, 2013

All hell breaks loose — by Al Rae, Winnipeg Free Press, 09/14/2013

'Bleeding Edge' by Thomas Pynchon — by John Freeman, The Boston Globe, September 14, 2013

Thomas Pynchon attacks the Internet — by Michael Jarvis, Salon, Saturday, Sep 14, 2013

Bleeding Edge, by Thomas Pynchon, review — by Tim Martin, The Telegraph, 14 Sep 2013

Thomas Pynchon as Dreamtiger — by Michael Potemra, The National Review, September 14, 2013

Beyond The Ones & Zeroes: Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge Reviewed — by Aug Stone, The Quietus, September 15th, 2013

Bleeding Edge Thomas Pynchon — by Noah Cruickshank A.V. Club, September, 16, 2013

Thomas Pynchon Twitter account is a hoax — by Carolyn Kellogg, Los Angeles Times, September 16, 2013

Fact-checking Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge: whom can you trust? — by Alan Yuhas, The Guardian, Monday 16 September 2013

The Deepest of Webs — by Evgeny Morozov, FAZ, 16.09.2013

Pynchon Goes 'Deep': New novel gets lost but who cares? — by John Winters, The Patriot Ledger, Sep 16, 2013

Book Review: 'Bleeding Edge,' by Thomas Pynchon — by Sam Sacks, The Wall Street Journal, September 16, 2013

'Bleeding Edge' By Thomas Pynchon: The Book We’re Talking About — by Madeleine Crum, Huffington Post, 09/16/2013

Bleeding Edge: By Thomas Pynchon by Liesl Schillinger, Barnes and Noble, September 17, 2013

A Predictably Pynchonian Take On The Internet And Sept. 11 — by Meg Wolitzer, NPR, September 17, 2013

Pynchon’s 'Bleeding Edge' recreates the lost world of NYC in the months before 9/11 — by Scott Kaufman, The Raw Story, Tuesday, September 17

The Barroom Floor of History — by Jim Knipfel, SmashPipe, September 17, 2013

Pynchon Takes Manhattan — by Alan Cabal, Counterpunch, September 17, 2013

Upper West Side Story: On 'Bleeding Edge' and Thomas Pynchon’s Tangled Web — by Rachel Wetzler, The New York Observer, 9/17

'Bleeding Edge' is Thomas Pynchon’s love letter to New York and the Internet — by Colin Devries, New York Daily News, September 17, 2013

Pynchon’s 'Bleeding Edge' looks back to 2001 — by Mae Anderson, The Huffington Post, September 17, 2013

Review: Thomas Pynchon’s "Bleeding Edge" — by David Auerbach, The American Reader, 17 September 2013

Pynchon’s Postmodern Legacy, or Why Irony Is Still Relevant — by Justin St. Clair, Los Angeles Review of Books, September 21st, 2013

The Thomas Pynchon Novel for the Edward Snowden Era — by Nathaniel Rich, The Atlantic, Sep 18 2013

Hi, I’m Thomas Pynchon — by Anne Margaret Daniel, The Huffington Post, 09/19/2013

Silicon and surveillance — by Sean M. Carroll, Nature 501, 312–313, (19 September 2013)

Top ten Pynchon characters — by Lauren Oyler, DazeDigital, Sept. 20, 2013

Thomas Pynchon on 9/11: American literature’s greatest conspiracy theorist finally addresses his country’s greatest trauma — by John Walsh, The Independent, Friday 20 September 2013

Book review: Bleeding Edge, By Thomas Pynchon — by Pat Kane, The Independent, Friday 20 September 2013

Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon: Dotcom survivors — by Leo Robson, The New Statesman, 20 September 2013

Thomas Pynchon and WTF: A Love Story — by Forrest Wickman, Slate, Sept. 20 2013

Manhattan Is the Most Compelling Character in Thomas Pynchon’s 'Bleeding Edge' — by Jason Diamond, Flavorwire, Sep 20, 2013

Pynchon . . . the invisible man of literature emerges again — by Darragh McManus, The Independent, 21 September 2013

How To Read Thomas Pynchon — by by Adrian McKinty, The Psychopathology of Everday Life, Saturday, September 21, 2013

A Tangle of Underworlds: Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge — by Miya Tokumitsu, Slant Magazine, September 21, 2013

Pynchon’s latest: darkness on the 'Bleeding Edge' of town — by Brian Thomas Gallagher, Seattle Times, Sunday, September 22, 2013

A Screaming Comes Across the Sky — by Raymond Cummings, Baltimore city Paper, September 25, 2013

Blood on the tracks — by E.W., The Economist, Sep 25th 2013

Thomas Pynchon understands the power of conspiracy theories — by Justin St. Clair, Salon, Wednesday, Sep 25, 2013

Purple Drank, Britney, and The Rachel: The Weird But Logical Pop Culture Obsessions of Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge — Alex Pappademas, Grantland, September 25, 2013

Pynchon’s state of mind — and his books — run the gamut — by Saul Austerlitz, The National, September 26, 2013

Pynchon’s Mrs. Dalloway — Edward Mendelson, The New York Review of Books, September 27, 2013

Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge trailer: sign of a media-savvy recluse? — by John Dugdale, The Guardian, Friday 27 September 2013

Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon — review — by Talitha Stevenson, The Guardian, Saturday 28 September 2013

Pynchon’s world has grown around us — by John Bailey, The Sydney Morning Herald, September 29, 2013

Review: 'Bleeding Edge' by Thomas Pynchon — Mae Anderson, Associated Press, NewsOK, September 29, 2013

Realism loses meaning in age of internet and conspiracy mania — by James Kidd, South China Morning Post, Sunday, 29 September, 2013

First Family, Second Life – Thomas Pynchon goes online — Joshua Cohen, Harper’s Magazine, October 2013

The Internet Is Trying to Kill You (Probably): Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge — by Bruce Stone, Numéro Cinq Magazine, October Issue

Thomas Pynchon on trashing our land, ourselves — by Mike Fischer, San Jose Mercury News, 10/03/2013

CD tilde home — by Mark Liberman, Languagelog, October 1, 2013

The Year America Caught Up To Thomas Pynchon — by Brian O'Neill, The Awl, October 3rd, 2013

Under the Covers: Cyber goes post–modern — by Emilia Brahm, The Georgetown Voice, October 3, 2013

Thomas Pynchon on trashing our land, ourselves — by Mike Fischer, San Jose Mercury News, 10/03/2013

Pynchon”s paranoia serves us well — by Joel Yanofsky, Leaderpost, October 4, 2013

Oh, The Impenetrable Gloom! — Forest Lewis, Hothouse, 2013-10-05

Of plots, puns and paranoia — by Don Anderson, The Sydney Morning Herald, October 5, 2013

"Bleeding Edge" is another winner from Thomas Pynchon — by Mike Fischer, Newsobserver, October 5, 2013

Should Thomas Pynchon play Grand Theft Auto V? — by Christopher Byrd, Al Jazeera America, October 6, 2013

Cracking the Code to Pynchon — by Mary Altaffer, Newsweek, 06 Oct 2013

Thomas Pynchon finds the enduring satisfactions of family amid the paranoia and menace of 9/11 in 'Bleeding Edge' — by Jean Dubail, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, October 08, 2013

Thomas Pynchon rachets up the paranoia in Bleeding Edge — by Michael Hingston, Straight.Com, Oct 9, 2013

Bleeding Edge — Thomas Pynchon — by Daniel Green, Full Stop, 10 October 2013

From paranoia to preposterous in 'Bleeding Edge,' by Thomas Pynchon — by Steven G. Kellman, The Kansas City Star, October 11

Investigative novel 'Bleeding Edge' is a hit — by Kevin Searle, The Vista, October 15, 2013

Bleeding Edge, by Thomas Pynchon — by Arnold Knightly, Las Vegas Citylife, October 16, 2013

Has Reality Finally Caught Up to Thomas Pynchon? — by Bob Duggan, BigThink, October 21, 2013

Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon — by Zack Kopp, Denver Books Examiner, October 23, 2013

Novel weaves a dark web of 9/11 paranoia — by Ryan Ingram, The Vancouver Sun, October 26, 2013

Bleeding Edge — a bloated mess — by Tom Luke, The Muse, Saturday, October 26th, 2013

Bleeding Edge — by Jeremy Light, Country Line Magazine, October 31, 2013

Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon — by Steve Donoghue, Open Letters Monthly, November 2013 Issue

'Bleeding Edge,' by Thomas Pynchon — by David Wiley, Star Tribune, November 5, 2013

The Crying of September 11 — by Michael Chabon, The New York Review of Books, November 7, 2013

Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon — by Bill Cassell, The North Coast Journal, November 07, 2013

Thomas Pynchon’s "Bleeding Edge" — by Bill Kohlhaase, Santa Fe New Mexican, Friday, November 8, 2013

Love letter to New York that explores a sense of personal violation at 9/11 — by Val Nolan, Irish Examiner, Saturday, November 09, 2013

Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon — by Alex Good, Toronto Star, Mon Dec 30 2013

Bleeding Edge — by Don Fels and Benjamin Thelonious Fels, Crosscut, January 03, 2014

Carl Watson reviews Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge — by Carl Watson, Tribes, January 21, 2014

German Reviews

In der Tiefe — Evgeny Morozov liest Pynchons "Bleeding Edge", FAZ, 16.09.2013

Im überschwarzen Netz — von Sylvia Staude, Frankfurter Rundschau, 17. September 2013

Wirtschaftskriminalität und 9/11 — von Sven Ahnert, SWR2, 17.9.2013

Weltweites Gewebe — von Wieland Freund, Die Welt, 17.09.13

O Tempora! O Prism! — o.N., Die Welt, 21.09.13

Pynchon rauf, iOS 7 runter — von Wieland Freund und Jan Küveler, Die Welt, 22.09.13

Auf der Flucht vorm Überwachungsstaat — von Jordan Mejias, FAZ, 23.09.2013

Neuer Roman von Thomas Pynchon: 11. September in vier Buchstaben — von Anne Haeming, Der Spiegel, Mittwoch, 25.09.2013

Showdown mit dem Kapitalismus — von Jörg Häntzschel, Süddeutsche Zeitung, 26.09.2013

Terrorzone Internet — von Günter Hack, FM4 ORF, 26. 9. 2013

Der Silicon-Alley-Blues — von Angela Schader, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Samstag, 28. September 2013

Verschwörungscartoon – Thomas Pynchons Manhattan–Roman "Bleeding Edge" evoziert den Beginn des Internetzeitalters — von Martin Jörg Schäfer,, 19.03.2014

Dutch Reviews

Critici kraken en prijzen 'de nieuwe Pynchon' — door Sebastiaan Kort, NRC, 18 sep 2013

Een virtuele matroos in het internettijdperk — door Kasper Nijsen, 8Weekly, 24 september 2013

Joost de Vries leest — door Joost de Vries, Hp/DeTijd, 5 januari 2014

Besprechungen zur deutschen Übersetzung

Der Tod heilt jede terroristische Geisteskrankheit — von Hannes Stein, Die Welt, 22.09.14

New York ist der geheimnisvolle Verdächtige — von Jörg Magenau, Deutschlandradio Kultur, 23.09.2014

Bit für Bit: Terror in New York — von Norbert Mayer, Die Presse, 26.09.2014

Und die Frisur von Jennifer Aniston — von Sylvia Staude, Frankfurter Rundschau, 26. September 2014

Wer "Volare" nicht für den größten Popsong hält ...Der Kurier, 27.09.2014

"Paranoia ist der Knoblauch des Lebens" — von Krischan Koch, NDR, 29.09.2014

Thomas Pynchon erinnert an das New York von 2001 — dpa (?), 30. September 2014

Ein 9/11–Roman von Thomas Pynchon — von Martin Halter, Rheinpfalz Online, 1. Oktober 2014

"Bleeding Edge: Thomas Pynchon als Jules Verne des 21. JahrhundertsTiroler Tageszeitung, 03.10.2014

Todeswunsch für den Planeten — von Peter Praschl, Die Welt, 04.10.14


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