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In 2009 meteors struck the planet Jupiter. Any one of these huge rocks could have wiped out our planet. So why is it that Joe gets kicked out of high school for looking at the sky and telling a few classmates that a big rock is headed for Earth? It’ s a mystery to his neighbor, Sarah, who really just wants to know what happened to Joe’ s parents. He claims they went to Switzerland but she’ s not so sure. Joe’ s friend Maury hangs at the house, a victim of a set of rules that says you can expel a student for painting “ Happy Birthday, Jane” on the entrance to the new parking garage. And in a house that in the past had few visitors, people come in and out like flies through a hole in a screen; among them attorney Melissa, Sarah’ s daughter who just got fired from her fiancé’ s law firm; Jeremy her brother, who flunked out of college and is writing a musical about the Warren Commission; and Alice, the life-loving unfortunate creature of circumstances who Maury snatches from the bus stop in hopes of experiencing just a few of his favorite things before the big honkin’ rock hits.see less
In 2009 meteors struck the planet Jupiter. Any one of these huge rocks could have wiped out our planet. So why is it that Joe gets kicked out of high school for looking at the sky and telling a few classmates that a big rock is headed for Earth? It’ s a mystery to his neighbor, Sarah, who really just wants to know what happened to Joe’ s parents. He claims...see more
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