A whip-smart novel about the obsession of love and the love of obsession Aaron Gwyn author of Wynne's War
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Gregory Sherl is the author of three poetry collections, most recently Monogamy Songs and The Oregon Trail is the Oregon Trail, which was shortlisted for the Believer Poetry Award. He is a Grisham fellow at the University of Mississippi.
If you could see your future with someone . . . would you?
Meet Evelyn and Godfrey. Evelyn is breaking up with her boyfriend, Adrian, as she's seen their dismal future together at Dr Chin's office: the life they may have when they are both many years older, singing 'Happy Birthday' to a chihuahua and arguing about cheese. She hopes for more.
Meanwhile, Godfrey is proposing to his girlfriend, Madge - who's not quite willing to take that leap. She wants to see their future together first . . . just to be sure they're meant for one another.
Then, one day, Evelyn and Godfrey meet - and from that moment their lives become entwined.
Sparkling, warm and witty, The Future for Curious People is a love story for anyone who's ever wondered if they're with The One, or The One Before Last.
This novel combines the writing talents of twenty-seven-year-old newcomer Gregory Sherl, based on an original idea by award-winning author Julianna Baggott.
The Future for Curious People follows the entwined lives of a group of new adults, set in motion by the premise of a look into the future