“Everyone Says That at the End of the World is the funniest and most thoughtful, pre-apocalyptic novel I’ve read since the Neil Gaiman-Terry Pratchett collaboration Good Omens. This ambitious work follows a crazy cast of characters as they travel to Marfa, Texas, during the last four days of our planet’s existence.”
Very sweet. Because I describe Plano in the novel as a “roasting, sticky suck.”
I now take that back.