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Everything Matters! (2010, original release: 2009)
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Call Number BOOK/DISCUSSION/FICTION/CURRIE,R
BOOK/DISCUSSION/FICTION/CURRIE,R
BOOK/DISCUSSION/FICTION/CURRIE,R
BOOK/DISCUSSION/FICTION/CURRIE,R

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Book Discussion collectionBOOK/DISCUSSION/FICTION/CURRIE,RAvailable
Book Discussion collectionBOOK/DISCUSSION/FICTION/CURRIE,RAvailable
Book Discussion collectionBOOK/DISCUSSION/FICTION/CURRIE,RAvailable
Book Discussion collectionBOOK/DISCUSSION/FICTION/CURRIE,RAvailable
Book Discussion collectionBOOK/DISCUSSION/FICTION/CURRIE,RAvailable
Book Discussion collectionBOOK/DISCUSSION/FICTION/CURRIE,RAvailable
Published: New York : Penguin Books, 2010, c2009. *** Book Discussion books check out for 6 weeks with no renewals ***
Description:  305 p. ; 22 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780143117513 (pbk.), 0143117513 (pbk.),
Language:  English


Winner of the 2010 Alex Award

Originally published: New York : Viking, 2009

Junior Thibodeau, who was encoded at birth with a prophecy about the world ending in thirty-six years, grapples with the question of whether or not anything he does matters

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Get ready to be floored!

This book has been haunting me ever since I've read it 3 years ago.  The premise: this main character knows, even while still inside his mother's womb, when and how he will die.  It really could not have been more engaging, harrowing and utterly captivating.
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