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by Terry Row
Adam Nicholas abandoned classical music as a way of life in favor of a "real" job in computers, but the early 80's recession in the Silicon Valley interfered with his plans. Before he can lead the life he wants, there are two other experiences he must first live, two other directions he must choose, directions for which his new diploma leaves him completely unprepared.
Paperback, 236 pages
Published July 14th 2006 by Clifton Edwin Publishing
(first published July 2006)
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I am slightly acquainted with the author of this book, and I was worried when he told me he was sending me his book – argh, what if I hate it? But in fact I quite enjoyed it. A somewhat unusual structure, but hangs together well and I was pleasantly absorbed in it. Good.