Praise for EVERYTHING MATTERS!
"Joltingly funny...Mr. Currie is a startlingly talented writer...he survives the inevitable comparisons to Kurt Vonnegut and writes in a tenderly mordant voice of his own." --Janet Maslin, "The New York Times"
"There's nothing predictable about this story, and Currie repeatedly upends our expectations...there's something refreshingly youthful about Currie's eagerness to call out the big existential questions." --Ron Charles, "The Washington Post Book World"
"Contains both a declaration of the possibilities of narrative fiction and, above all, a defense of good old-fashioned human resilience in the face of petty distraction and profound horror." --Zach Baron, "The Village Voice"
"[A] superb novel...this is a comedy, albeit a scary one. Some scenes make you laugh out loud. There are passages of beauty and wicked turns of phrase...Marvelously, Currie suffuses his unhappy and disparate characters with salvation." --Diana Wagman, "The Los Angeles Times"
"Currie mixes the weight of tragedy with a hyperbolic adventure story that's got the international intrigue of a John le Carre thriller and the deep humor of David Foster Wallace's "Infinite Jest."" --"Time Out New York"
"A hugely imaginative novel loaded with narrative tricks and set pieces that let the author proudly show off his clever clockwork, but Currie keeps things thoroughly grounded in the messy, mysterious business of human interaction. A beautiful, sad and haunting book." --National Public Radio
Praise for GOD IS DEAD "[A] cavalierly ambitious debut...with talking dogs, text message-happy teenagers, and end-of-day shenanigans. Like Kurt Vonnegut, [Currie] seems to understand that in the face of grim and grave concerns, humor is more powerful salt than screed." --John Freeman, "The San Francisco Chronicle"
"Currie's strength rests in his ability to focus humanity's conundrums on the smallest physical particles. Tshow more