Hari Kunzru’s novel, Gods Without Men (Knopf, $26.95) is an exploration of magic and mystery. When a couple’s autistic son vanishes during a faily vacation in the Mojave Desert, the fate of the young family intersects with that of many other before them who have made a similar pilgrimage. “. . . this thrill-ride of a novel is about searching for truth . . .”—O, The Oprah Magazine. Kunzru, named one of its twenty best young British novelists by Granta magazine, is the author of the novels The Impressionist, Transmission, and My Revolutions.