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Everything Matters! by Ron Currie
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Jul 27, 2010 | ISBN 9780143117513

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“Mr. Currie is a startlingly talented writer whose book will pay no heed to ordinary narrative conventions…. He survives the inevitable, apt comparisons to Kurt Vonnegut and writes in a tenderly mordant voice of his own…. Throughout the story there is the sheer delight of Mr. Currie’s fresh, joltingly funny imagery…. Above all “Everything Matters!” radiates writerly confidence. The excitement that drives the reader from page to page is not about the characters. It’s about seeing what Mr. Currie will try next.”
–Janet Maslin, New York Times

“Currie’s novel is extraordinary, a lively narrative that slaloms from the exhilerating to the numinous to the achingly sad, all tied together by the author’s sharp, funny voice.”

“Superb. . . Some scenes make you laugh out loud. There are passages of beauty and wicked turns of phrase. . . marvelously, Currie suffuses his unhappy and disparate characters with salvation.”
–The Los Angeles Times

“A hyperbolic adventure story that’s got the international intrigue of a Le Carré thriller and the deep humor of David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest.”
–TimeOut New York

Everything Matters! contains both a declaration of the possibilities of narrative fiction and, above all, a defense of good old-fashioned human resilience in the face of petty distraction and profound horror.”
–The Village Voice

“There’s something refreshingly youthful about Currie’s eagerness to call out big existential questions that most of us have grown too embarrassed or cynical to ask. . . there’s nothing predictable about this story, despite its firm ending date, and Currie repeatedly upends our expectations. . . He’s writing for the Slaughterhouse-Five kids (you know who you are), people who respond to that quirky mix of dark humor, moral imperative and science fiction.” 
–The Washington Post 

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