“everything” is a film that is being made and viewed at the same time. You are in the audience. The actor and the actress reenact events from the lives of the character and the charactress. Somehow, Goombeldt and Zungvilda are also a part of it. Are they the actors or the characters? And who is having that conversation threading through the entire novel? And are the characters aware that they are being filmed? And who was invited to the Dinner Party?
The novel justifies its title by placing its protagonists in a variety of seemingly unrelated situations. They cross the ocean on a ship, travel in a space shuttle, fight in a war, get lost in a desert, etc, etc. This variety allowed me to examine many samples of the spectrum of human behavior, and to bring them all into a single structure.
The novel was revised in 2005. On July 1, 2005, it was released by Discord Aggregate Publications, and is also available at http://www.amazon.com/everything-Molotkov/dp/0967891914/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1308550034&sr=8-1.
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