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Everybody's Fool

Russo, Richard

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ISBN 10: 0307270645 / ISBN 13: 9780307270641
Verlag: Knopf, New York, 2016
Zustand: Fine Hardcover
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Signed on the title page by the author, Richard Russo. New/unread US first edition, first printing. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 017753

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Titel: Everybody's Fool

Verlag: Knopf, New York

Erscheinungsdatum: 2016

Einband: Hard Cover

Zustand:Fine

Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Fine

Signiert: Signed by Author

Auflage: First Edition.

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Russo hits his trademark trifecta: satisfying, hilarious, and painlessly profound. "Kirkus Reviews "(starred)"

Triumphant. . . Russo's reunion with these beloved characters is genius: silly slapstick and sardonic humor play out in a rambling, rambunctious story that poignantly emphasizes that particular brand of loyalty and acceptance that is synonymous with small-town living. Carol Haggas, "Booklist "(starred)
Russo hits his trademark trifecta: satisfying, hilarious, and painlessly profound. "Kirkus Reviews "(starred)"

A madcap romp, weaving mystery, suspense and comedy in a race to the final pages. Jennifer Maloney, "The Wall Street Journal"
Triumphant. . . Russo's reunion with these beloved characters is genius: silly slapstick and sardonic humor play out in a rambling, rambunctious story that poignantly emphasizes that particular brand of loyalty and acceptance that is synonymous with small-town living. Carol Haggas, "Booklist "(starred)
Russo hits his trademark trifecta: satisfying, hilarious, and painlessly profound. "Kirkus Reviews "(starred)"

Russo brings wit and warmth to this slapstick tale . . . Once again his characters are marvelous creatures, endearing in spite of themselves. "People
"
A delightful return . . . to a town where dishonesty abounds, everyone misapprehends everyone else and half the citizens are half-crazy. It s a great place for a reader to visit, and it seems to be Russo s spiritual home. Janet Maslin, "The New York Times
"
How could twenty-three years have slipped by since "Nobody s Fool"? . . . Russo is probably the best writer of physical comedy that we have [but] even the zaniest elements of the story are interspersed with episodes of wincing cruelty. . . . The abiding wonder [is that] Russo s novel bears down on two calamitous days and exploits the action in every single minute . . . mudslides, grave robbery, collapsing buildings, poisonous snakes, drug deals, arson, lightning strikes and toxic goo. North Bath is a sleepy little town that never sleeps [and] no tangent ever feels tangential. Ron Charles, "The Washington Post
"
Everybody should read "Everybody s Fool." Almost nobody in Richard Russo s novel is sure of anything, but I m sure of that. . . . [He] has given readers all they should want. Brian O Neill, "The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
"
The "Fool "books represent an enormous achievement, creating a world as richly detailed as the one we step into each day of our lives. . . . Sully in particular emerges as one of the most credible and engaging heroes in recent American fiction. . . . Bath is real, Sully is real, and so is Hattie s and the White Horse Tavern and Miss Peoples s house on Main, and I can only hope we haven t seen the last of them. I d love to see what Sully s going to be up to at 80. T. Coraghessan Boyle, "The New York Times Book Review"
I was holding my breath for fear "Everybody's Fool "wouldn t live up to its predecessor, but I shouldn't have worried. As good as Russo was in 1993, he s even better now.And "Everybody s Fool "is a delight [with] enough bizarre events, startling revelations, unlikely heroes and touching moments to supply a dozen small towns . . . He is also a master of plotting, from cliffhangers to twists that deftly link apparently unrelated threads. This book s tone is largely comic, but Russo writes with uncommon insight about love, families and friendship. Collette Bancroft, "Tampa Bay Times"
A madcap romp, weaving mystery, suspense and comedy in a race to the final pages. Jennifer Maloney, "The Wall Street Journal"
Triumphant. . . Russo's reunion with these beloved characters is genius: silly slapstick and sardonic humor play out in a rambling, rambunctious story that poignantly emphasizes that particular brand of loyalty and acceptance that is synonymous with small-town living. Carol Haggas, "Booklist "(starred)
Russo hits his trademark trifecta: satisfying, hilarious, and painlessly profound. "Kirkus Reviews "(starred)"

Russo [renders] with uncommon grace the dashed expectations and wistful regrets of his working-class hero, Sully. "O Magazine
"
Rollicking and heartfelt. Jeff Baker, "The Seattle Times
"
For fans who ve missed Sully and the gang, "Everybody s Fool "is like hopping on the last empty barstool surrounded by old friends. Jeff Labreque, "Entertainment Weekly
"
A writer of great comedy and warmth, Russo s living proof that a book can be profound and wise without aiming straight into darkness. [His] voice can play in any register, any key, any style [in this] portrait of an entire community, in all its romance and all its grit. Eliot Schrefer, "USA Today
"
Russo brings wit and warmth to this slapstick tale . . . Once again his characters are marvelous creatures, endearing in spite of themselves. "People
"
A delightful return . . . to a town where dishonesty abounds, everyone misapprehends everyone else and half the citizens are half-crazy. It s a great place for a reader to visit, and it seems to be Russo s spiritual home. Janet Maslin, "The New York Times
"
How could twenty-three years have slipped by since "Nobody s Fool"? . . . Russo is probably the best writer of physical comedy that we have [but] even the zaniest elements of the story are interspersed with episodes of wincing cruelty. . . . The abiding wonder [is that] Russo s novel bears down on two calamitous days and exploits the action in every single minute . . . mudslides, grave robbery, collapsing buildings, poisonous snakes, drug deals, arson, lightning strikes and toxic goo. North Bath is a sleepy little town that never sleeps [and] no tangent ever feels tangential. Ron Charles, "The Washington Post
"
Everybody should read "Everybody s Fool." Almost nobody in Richard Russo s novel is sure of anything, but I m sure of that. . . . [He] has given readers all they should want. Brian O Neill, "The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
"
The "Fool "books represent an enormous achievement, creating a world as richly detailed as the one we step into each day of our lives. . . . Sully in particular emerges as one of the most credible and engaging heroes in recent American fiction. . . . Bath is real, Sully is real, and so is Hattie s and the White Horse Tavern and Miss Peoples s house on Main, and I can only hope we haven t seen the last of them. I d love to see what Sully s going to be up to at 80. T. Coraghessan Boyle, "The New York Times Book Review"
I was holding my breath for fear "Everybody's Fool "wouldn t live up to its predecessor, but I shouldn't have worried. As good as Russo was in 1993, he s even better now.And "Everybody s Fool "is a delight [with] enough bizarre events, startling revelations, unlikely heroes and touching moments to supply a dozen small towns . . . He is also a master of plotting, from cliffhangers to twists that deftly link apparently unrelated threads. This book s tone is largely comic, but Russo writes with uncommon insight about love, families and friendship. Collette Bancroft, "Tampa Bay Times"
A madcap romp, weaving mystery, suspense and comedy in a race to the final pages. Jennifer Maloney, "The Wall Street Journal"
Triumphant. . . Russo's reunion with these beloved characters is genius: silly slapstick and sardonic humor play out in a rambling, rambunctious story that poignantly emphasizes that particular brand of loyalty and acceptance that is synonymous with small-town living. Carol Haggas, "Booklist "(starred)
Russo hits his trademark trifecta: satisfying, hilarious, and painlessly profound. "Kirkus Reviews "(starred)"

[A] sweeping comic novel . . . Whether you loved "Nobody s Fool "or never heard of it, reasons about to read its sequel. Betty J. Cotter, "The Providence Journal"
Hard-bitten, hard-drinking, hardscrabble comedy [whose] timing is impeccable: Russo understands more about the plight of the working class than any so-called pundit attempting to decipher this election. Yvonne Zipp, "The Christian Science Monitor
"
Russo [renders] with uncommon grace the dashed expectations and wistful regrets of his working-class hero, Sully. "O Magazine
"
Rollicking and heartfelt. Jeff Baker, "The Seattle Times
"
For fans who ve missed Sully and the gang, "Everybody s Fool "is like hopping on the last empty barstool surrounded by old friends. Jeff Labreque, "Entertainment Weekly
"
A writer of great comedy and warmth, Russo s living proof that a book can be profound and wise without aiming straight into darkness. [His] voice can play in any register, any key, any style [in this] portrait of an entire community, in all its romance and all its grit. Eliot Schrefer, "USA Today
"
Russo brings wit and warmth to this slapstick tale . . . Once again his characters are marvelous creatures, endearing in spite of themselves. "People
"
A delightful return . . . to a town where dishonesty abounds, everyone misapprehends everyone else and half the citizens are half-crazy. It s a great place for a reader to visit, and it seems to be Russo s spiritual home. Janet Maslin, "The New York Times
"
How could twenty-three years have slipped by since "Nobody s Fool"? . . . Russo is probably the best writer of physical comedy that we have [but] even the zaniest elements of the story are interspersed with episodes of wincing cruelty. . . . The abiding wonder [is that] Russo s novel bears down on two calamitous days and exploits the action in every single minute . . . mudslides, grave robbery, collapsing buildings, poisonous snakes, drug deals, arson, lightning strikes and toxic goo. North Bath is a sleepy little town that never sleeps [and] no tangent ever feels tangential. Ron Charles, "The Washington Post
"
Everybody should read "Everybody s Fool." Almost nobody in Richard Russo s novel is sure of anything, but I m sure of that. . . . [He] has given readers all they should want. Brian O Neill, "The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
"
The "Fool "books represent an enormous achievement, creating a world as richly detailed as the one we step into each day of our lives. . . . Sully in particular emerges as one of the most credible and engaging heroes in recent American fiction. . . . Bath is real, Sully is real, and so is Hattie s and the White Horse Tavern and Miss Peoples s house on Main, and I can only hope we haven t seen the last of them. I d love to see what Sully s going to be up to at 80. T. Coraghessan Boyle, "The New York Times Book Review"
I was holding my breath for fear "Everybody's Fool "wouldn t live up to its predecessor, but I shouldn't have worried. As good as Russo was in 1993, he s even better now.And "Everybody s Fool "is a delight [with] enough bizarre events, startling revelations, unlikely heroes and touching moments to supply a dozen small towns . . . He is also a master of plotting, from cliffhangers to twists that deftly link apparently unrelated threads. This book s tone is largely comic, but Russo writes with uncommon insight about love, families and friendship. Collette Bancroft, "Tampa Bay Times"
A madcap romp, weaving mystery, suspense and comedy in a race to the final pages. Jennifer Maloney, "The Wall Street Journal"
Triumphant. . . Russo's reunion with these beloved characters is genius: silly slapstick and sardonic humor play out in a rambling, rambunctious story that poignantly emphasizes that particular brand of loyalty and acceptance that is synonymous with small-town living. Carol Haggas, "Booklist "(starred)
Russo hits his trademark trifecta: satisfying, hilarious, and painlessly profound. "Kirkus Reviews "(starred)"

Cause for celebration . . . writing that reflects [Russo s] deep affection for the quotidian and for the best and worst that s found in every human heart. Sally Bissell, Library Journal

Buoyantly unsentimental . . . You hold his books to your heart. Jan Stuart, The Boston Globe

Elegiac but never sentimental. . . . Russo s compassionate heart is open to the sorrows, and yes, the foolishness of this lonely world, but also the humor, friendship and love that abide. Paul Wilner, San Francisco Chronicle

[A] sweeping comic novel . . . Whether you loved Nobody s Fool or never heard of it, reasons about to read its sequel. Betty J. Cotter, The Providence Journal
Hard-bitten, hard-drinking, hardscrabble comedy [whose] timing is impeccable: Russo understands more about the plight of the working class than any so-called pundit attempting to decipher this election. Yvonne Zipp, The Christian Science Monitor

Russo [renders] with uncommon grace the dashed expectations and wistful regrets of his working-class hero, Sully. O Magazine

Rollicking and heartfelt. Jeff Baker, The Seattle Times

For fans who ve missed Sully and the gang, Everybody s Fool is like hopping on the last empty barstool surrounded by old friends. Jeff Labreque, Entertainment Weekly

A writer of great comedy and warmth, Russo s living proof that a book can be profound and wise without aiming straight into darkness. [His] voice can play in any register, any key, any style [in this] portrait of an entire community, in all its romance and all its grit. Eliot Schrefer, USA Today

Russo brings wit and warmth to this slapstick tale . . . Once again his characters are marvelous creatures, endearing in spite of themselves. People

A delightful return . . . to a town where dishonesty abounds, everyone misapprehends everyone else and half the citizens are half-crazy. It s a great place for a reader to visit, and it seems to be Russo s spiritual home. Janet Maslin, The New York Times

How could twenty-three years have slipped by since Nobody s Fool? . . . Russo is probably the best writer of physical comedy that we have [but] even the zaniest elements of the story are interspersed with episodes of wincing cruelty. . . . The abiding wonder [is that] Russo s novel bears down on two calamitous days and exploits the action in every single minute . . . mudslides, grave robbery, collapsing buildings, poisonous snakes, drug deals, arson, lightning strikes and toxic goo. North Bath is a sleepy little town that never sleeps [and] no tangent ever feels tangential. Ron Charles, The Washington Post

Everybody should read Everybody s Fool. Almost nobody in Richard Russo s novel is sure of anything, but I m sure of that. . . . [He] has given readers all they should want. Brian O Neill, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Fool books represent an enormous achievement, creating a world as richly detailed as the one we step into each day of our lives. . . . Sully in particular emerges as one of the most credible and engaging heroes in recent American fiction. . . . Bath is real, Sully is real, and so is Hattie s and the White Horse Tavern and Miss Peoples s house on Main, and I can only hope we haven t seen the last of them. I d love to see what Sully s going to be up to at 80. T. Coraghessan Boyle, The New York Times Book Review
I was holding my breath for fear Everybody's Fool wouldn t live up to its predecessor, but I shouldn't have worried. As good as Russo was in 1993, he s even better now.And Everybody s Fool is a delight [with] enough bizarre events, startling revelations, unlikely heroes and touching moments to supply a dozen small towns . . . He is also a master of plotting, from cliffhangers to twists that deftly link apparently unrelated threads. This book s tone is largely comic, but Russo writes with uncommon insight about love, families and friendship. Collette Bancroft, Tampa Bay Times
A madcap romp, weaving mystery, suspense and comed...

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