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    May 31, 2006


    Matt Bell

    I read this book right when it came out and loved it, then ran out and bought two of his earlier books (Jetlag and The Bus Driver Who Wanted To Be God). They're all great, and although I think the Nimrod Flipout is the strongest overall work, the novella that ends Bus Driver is probably the individual story I liked the best. Keret's definitely a writer I'll be looking at again.

    Also, KGB Bar Lit has a couple of his stories in their initial issue:

    Thanks for giving attention to a great writer-- More people should know about Keret, and with the amount of press he's getting for this book, hopefully they finally will.

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