A funny novel about a sex-obsessed pornographer, a hygienic Christian Scientist, a melancholic blond beauty, and a teenage math wiz wends its way through the streets of modern L.A. in search of answers to the big questions. Original.
Juggling an enormous cast of psychos, Everyone’s Pretty revels in its own religious chaos, the sexually crazed repeatedly clashing with the sexually pure . . . The book impressively teeters on the edge of total inanity, each scene becoming increasingly uncomfortable, then unraveling out of control.
Beating through the pages of this strange little book is a lonely heart searching for intimacy in a crazy world.
A kaleidoscopic new satire of America’s quietly freakish office workers . . . gives voice to a wide variety of life’s unbeautiful losers — and makes them sing for us.
With a sharp eye for small details, a keen sense of the absurd and strong empathy for its creations, Everyone’s Pretty is both prism and truth.