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Small Crimes in an Age of Abundance by Matthew Kneale
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Small Crimes in an Age of Abundance by Matthew Kneale
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Mar 14, 2006 | ISBN 9781400079575

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"Electrifies. . . . A firecracker in broad daylight, an out-of-nowhere bombshell sure to throw some sparks in the literary world. . . . Kneale’s characters are wholly believable, his plots flawless. . . . [He is an] extraordinary author." —The San Diego Union-Tribune

"Pitch-perfect. . . . Moves and transforms with a satisfying snap." —New York Post

"Powerful. . . . Instantly engaging. . . . An irresistible literary feast." —Time Out (London)

"Matthew Kneale has mastered [the] genre. . . . [He] has captured . . . the complexity of the world and the ways that people cope, or not, showcasing situations of moral ambiguity where roads not taken make all the difference." —The Seattle Times

"Brilliant. . . . Well-crafted. . . . Perfect little tales, replete with short and witty denouements. . . . Every one of these ‘crimes’ is a page-turner." —New Statesman

English Passengers is what fiction ought to be: ambitious, narrative-driven, with a story and a quest we don’t mind going on. On page after page I found myself laughing or nodding or simply envious.
I was compelled from first to last and beyond. The characters are still living with me.”
—Nicholas Shakespeare, author of Bruce Chatwin: A Biography

“A robust intellectual entertainment: a comic sea-adventure, survival tale and quest for the Garden of Eden all rolled into one.”
The Globe and Mail

“Every page fizzes with linguistic invention, and the interweaving of high comedy with dramatic terror is expertly handled.”
The Guardian

“Sometimes a book comes along so full of wit and charm that it makes you glad you learned to read.”
Houston Chronicle

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