Have you ever read one of those high-school romances where nobody ever finds happiness because of an endless series of mistakes, misunderstandings, and angsty teen hijinks? So has Henry, an otherwise reasonable high-school senior who'd rather kill himself than get caught up in a romantic-comedy nightmare.
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About the Author
George Berger spent the better part of a decade in the publishing industry, before returning to college, where he pursued a double major in linguistics and horology. A competitive kite-flier and biathlete, he lives in Hudson, Wisconsin with his wife and two dogs. In addition to the novels Mendacities and Without A Spark, he's written an ever-growing number of novellas and short stories in a reasonably bewildering array of genres.
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