In You Don’t Love Me Yet, Jonathan Lethem focuses on the lives of a no-name rock band in L.A. with peculiar day jobs—the bassist is a phone operator at a “complaint line” and the drummer works at a “masturbation boutique.” It doesn’t compare to Motherless Brooklyn, Lethem’s 2000 masterpiece, but his latest is a wonderful quick read that’s rich with detail and his trademark wit .J.I.
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