Publishers Weekly runs a review of Alan Moore's new novel, Jerusalem.
It certainly sounds ambitious. Reviewer Heidi MacDonald writes that the book is written in three parts. "The third and most difficult part is written in a series of literary pastiches, including a Beckett-like play and an entire chapter written in a language invented by Lucia Joyce, the institutionalized daughter of James Joyce."
Here in the states, the book is released on Sept. 13.