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Everyone Knows How Much I Love You by Kyle McCarthy

Everyone Knows How Much I Love You

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Everyone Knows How Much I Love You by Kyle McCarthy
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Jun 23, 2020 | ISBN 9781984819758
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Everyone Knows How Much I Love You is breathless and precise at once, utterly gripping, animated by the propulsive unfolding of hungers that can’t be controlled or fully fathomed. It aches with insight and longing. It seduced me from the very first page with the pull of its own fierce gravity, like a darkly turning planet—its atmosphere swirling with mysterious, combustible desires; its truths merciless and bone-deep.”—Leslie Jamison, New York Times bestselling author of Make It Scream, Make It Burn

“Everyone Knows How Much I Love You is masterly, mendacious, and a total thrill ride. I was hooked instantly, laughing alongside Rose, alternately cheering and chastising her entanglements and escalations. McCarthy is an edgy writer and the prose is all at once darkly comic, sexy, and razor-sharp in its psychological insights. Not since a certain Mr. Ripley have I been so consumed in another’s covetous desires. The genius of this work lies in uncovering the violent internal ambivalence produced by our distorting culture. In fact, perhaps what makes Rose so intoxicating and so dangerous a character is that she is a young woman living more clearly than the world permits her.”—Justin Torres, bestselling author of We the Animals
 
“A suspenseful, sexy, and gorgeously written excavation of best-friend envy. I read it with horror. And recognition. And great delight.”—Michelle Huneven, author of Blame and Off Course
 
“This novel gripped me from its first page. A New York story crackling with obsession; a dizzying, daring tale of lives shaken to their foundations by the tumultuous interplay of sex, death, and art, McCarthy’s debut leaves an indelible mark on the reader’s sense of the world. Unforgettable.”—Evan James, author of Cheer Up, Mr. Widdicombe

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