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The Longest Suicide

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Imbedded deeply into D. DeWayne Meyer's consciousness is a convincing argument that leads him to believe he is an "average" or "regular" man whose fate is determined by nothing other than obscure statistical anomalies which are manipulated by even more indistinguishable forces. D. DeWayne Meyer struggles with turning fifty and with flashbacks of his graduation.
Paperback, 164 pages
Published June 1st 2001 by PublishAmerica
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Tom Dye
Jul 08, 2011 Tom Dye rated it it was ok
Shelves: fiction
A not so average book about pigs, packinghouses, cowboys and Hemingway. Part prosaic, part poetry, all insanity.
"When one is almost insane and one is going to kill oneself within a few days - in between flashes of brilliance and genius and philosophy, there are also issues of what could have been and what should have been." ~Scott Puryear
Once you have followed the degradation of D. DeWayne Meyer to his bitter end, you'll have a pretty good idea what it must be like to lose your mind, and your li
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