Percival Everett's So Much Blue

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Percival Everett’s latest book, So Much Blue, captivates its readers through its unique writing and the different setting in which Everett has chosen to tell a story. Everett’s book interchanges between three different settings to tell artist Kevin Pace’s story: “House” (the present), “Paris” (ten years ago), and “El Salvador” (1979). Each setting has its own different plots and its own different secrets. In “House”, Kevin lives with his wife and two children and he works on his painting that he chooses to keep in away from any eyes but his own. In “Paris” Kevin has an affair with a French lady 25 years younger than him, and in “El Salvador” Kevin goes with his friend Richard to find Richard’s brother Tad in a country where civil war is close
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