“A PERFECT PIECE OF NOIR FICTION” NEW YORK TIMES * NAMED BOOK OF THE YEAR BY THE WASHINGTON POST & ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

“Drive is full of sly humor, poetic details and plenty of rude violence…The novel is a terrific ride.” Los Angeles Times

I drive. That’s what I do. All I do.

Originally written in 2005, Drive by James Sallis is the inspiration for the iconic 2011 film starring Ryan Gosling in the role of the man known only as ‘Driver’, a Hollywood stunt driver by day and a getaway driver by night.

The gritty back streets of Los Angeles are the backdrop for what the New York Times calls “a perfect piece of noir fiction” in which the Driver is double-crossed in a burglary gone horribly wrong.

This beautiful new edition introduces a noir classic to a new generation of readers, featuring added materials, including a reading group guide and author Q&A.

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