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By Dave Eggers

In his first novel, Dave Eggers has written a relocating and hilarious story of 2 associates who fly all over the world attempting to supply away some huge cash and unfastened themselves from a profound loss. It reminds us once more what a huge, priceless expertise Dave Eggers is.

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Abass shook his head and smiled. "He wants to go to Saly," Hand said. We drove on. Hand and Abass were talking about something that prompted, from Hand, many expressions of surprise. He turned to me. " "Tell him congratulations," I said, wondering why the son of an ambassador was in our car riding to Saly. Hand and Abass exchanged words. "He's dead ten years," Hand explained. We expressed our condolences. I handed Abass a chocolate chip energy bar. He pointed out the front window, at a French army truck passing us going the other way.

She didn't understand. " Hand tried. The older held up her hands in a "Stop" sort of motion, closed them, then did it again. "Twenty," Hand said. She nodded. " Hand motioned to the sister. She did it again, with eight fingers on the second flash. " She shook her head vigorously, laughing. Then she flashed the fingers again. Eighteen. " This went on for a while. Raymond laughed. " Hand said. " she said. Raymond said it in French. His French was amazing. " the girl said. " Where was this going? No one could know.

He was taking us to the place where tourists were killed. If nuns could be killed in Colombia, we could be killed in Africa. Even in Senegal, which hadn't been billed as particularly dangerous, at least according to the few minutes of web research we'd done at the hotel. But what did we really know? Nothing. We knew they had an airport. We were fools and now we were driving to our deaths in a rental car. Janet Jackson was tinkling from the speakers, asking what we had done for her as of late. The cop was sitting in the backseat, leaning forward between us, directing our turnings.

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