Percival Everett by Virgil Russell (Percival Everett)

  "Let me clue you in to something, it’s all failure, we’re all failures, as sons, as fathers, as mothers, siblings; it is a necessary truth."

"Let me clue you in to something, it’s all failure, we’re all failures, as sons, as fathers, as mothers, siblings; it is a necessary truth."

U.S.A. / 2013

"A story inside a story inside a story. A man visits his aging father in a nursing home, where his father writes the novel he imagines his son would write. Or is it the novel that the son imagines his father would imagine, if he were to imagine the kind of novel the son would write?"— @goodreads. Has anyone read Percival Everett, before? I'm just now diving into So Much Blue, his forthcoming novel. He has written so many books, though. I'm definitely playing catch up!