Everyday People (novel)
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Everyday People is a novel by the American writer Stewart O'Nan.
It is set in 1998 in East Liberty and brings together the stories of its residents, mostly African-American during one fateful week in the early fall. The novel centers around Chris "Crest" Tolbert—an eighteen-year-old left paralyzed and haunted by the loss of his best friend after a recent accident—and O'Nan weaves together the lives of friends and family, lovers and strangers, and their emotions, memories, and dreams.
- "Everyday People (2001)". Booklist. 2001.
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