Tell Us When To Go

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$18.00  $16.74
Flexible Press
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5.0 X 8.0 X 0.55 inches | 0.58 pounds
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"DeAndreis brings readers into a coming-of-age tale based on the real-life changes happening to the place he calls home. Through the divergent stories of two friends, the reader gets a sense of the dichotomies that exist in the Bay Area, as well as the influence of tech companies and local hip-hop culture."

-KQED San Francisco

Bay Area author's novel a hallelujah to the imperfect beauty of friendship and baseball."

-San Francisco Chronicle

"Tell Us When To Go explores the ever-changing city and various lived experiences of SF residents."

-Megan Rose Dickey, AXIOS

"DeAndreis is aware of the power of and suggestions made by language, evidenced by the nuanced characters and their grappling with class, friendship, and failure."

-Suzy Eynon, The Masters Review

"DeAndreis has written a fiery satire about friendship, ...Silicon Valley and the swiftly tilting madhouse which inequality has wrought...impossible-to-put-down and heartbreaking in all the right places ..."

- Junot Diaz, author of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

"Emil DeAndreis sees what so many of us miss, about the Bay Area and beyond. Tell Us When To Go has such great energy, such propulsive momentum in the telling. Here's the truth delivered with intensity and humor. What more could anybody ask of a contemporary novel?"

- Peter Orner, author of Am I Alone Here?, Esther Stories, and Last Car Over The Sagamore Bridge

"Tell Us When to Go is funny and wise-a rollicking satire that's not only timely but timeless."

- Molly Antopol, National Book Award nominee for The Un-Americans

"We know from the first page of Tell Us When To Go that we're in good hands. Through the lens of baseball and San Francisco, DeAndreis brings to life the beauty and pain of loving something so much that it can be too much to bear. In the end, DeAndreis's smart, moving novel is about one thing: how we save each other."

- Joan Ryan, author of Intangibles: Unlocking the Science and Soul of Team Chemistry