Everything Happens as It Does by Albena Stambolova

By Albena Stambolova

Albena Stambolova’s idiosyncratic debut novel, every thing occurs because it Does, builds from the concept that, because the name indicates, every thing occurs precisely the means it needs to. for this reason, the seven characters of the novel—from Boris, a tender boy who's purely at peace whilst he’s round bees, to Philip and Maria and their twins—each play a selected position within the lives of the others, binding all of them jointly right into a unusual, but logical, knot. As characters are picked up, explored, after which swept apart, the novel’s beguiling constitution turns into obvious, forcing the reader to be aware of the styles created by way of this accumulation of occasions and relationships. this isn't a unique of achieving ethical excessive flooring; this isn't a booklet approximately resolving relationships; this can be a tale whose mysteries are mysteries for a reason.

Written with an exact, succinct tone that calls to brain Camus’s The Stranger, every little thing occurs because it Does is an enthralling and detail-driven novel that explores how intensity will not be as instantly obtainable as superficiality, and the way every thing will run its direction within the exact demeanour it used to be continually intended to.

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