Everything Will Be Okay, We're All Going to Die!

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Everything Will Be Okay, We're All Going to Die! (novel)
AuthorSergei Aman
Original titleВсё будет хорошо, мы все умрём!
Publisher“ИД «Флюид ФриФлай” (Russia)
Publication date
Pages176 pp

Everything Will Be Okay, We're All Going to Die! (Russian: Всё будет хорошо, мы все умрём!) is a novel by Russian writer Sergei Aman, published in 2018.

Plot[change | change source]

The hero of the novel is the philosopher Alexei Krutorogov. He is unemployed and forced to get money for a living, working as a taxi driver. They are called bombers (bombila) in Russia. In the novel he talks about time, about the insignificance of everyday vanity and about absurdity as the basis of Russian life.[1][2]

Literary features[change | change source]

Everything Will Be Okay, We're All Going to Die! is a novel with a non-linear storyline. The novel covers the time period from the nineties of the last century to the tenth years of the present century. The novel is based on reliable facts. The style of the novel is postmodernism. The epigraph to the novel is a phrase from the book "The World According to Novikoff” by the Moscow writer Andrei Gusev. Sergei Aman's novel and Andrei Gusev's book combines a world-view approach.[3][4]

References[change | change source]

  1. Андрей Гусев «Хорошо, что книги не умирают» Archived 2020-01-11 at the Wayback Machine, Проза.ру, 2018 г.
  2. Максим Жуков Рецензия Archived 2020-10-21 at the Wayback Machine, Livejournal, 13.10.2020 г.
  3. Алекс Костерев "Время и судьба Алексея Круторогова" Archived 2020-10-20 at the Wayback Machine, «Союз литераторов Москвы», 2018 г.
  4. Героическое в натуре: о книге Сергея Амана «Всё будет хорошо, мы все умрём» Archived 2020-10-19 at the Wayback Machine, Российская газета «НМГ», 2019 г.

Notes[change | change source]

Аман С. Всё будет хорошо, мы все умрём! (“Everything Will Be Okay, We're All Going to Die!”), эротическо-героический эпос. — М.: ИД «Флюид ФриФлай», 2018. — 176 pp. ISBN 978-5-906827-70-8