Florian Zeller can't close a book like Kundera (cut him a break, though, he's not yet thirty), but he certainly can write like him. Here, a few choice 'Kundera-moments' from Zeller's Lovers or something like it:
"...he had to bid farewell to a part of himself, his life as a libertine, and that seemed to him close to masochistic torture."
"Amelie was living under the despotic reign of her mother's grief."
Reading Lovers I swore on several occassions that I was in the middle of Laughter and Forgetting or Life is Elsewhere.