"Maybe between the two of us we can trick me into being honest with you." A collage of notes written in a sixth-floor men's room, The Sum of His Syndromes is the story of a slightly disturbed young drudge who has found himself at a personal and professional crossroads. There is a job he doesn't want, a girl he does, and a friend who is writing a book. If it weren't for the wise counsel of his therapist, the anomalous Dr. C, who knows what might have happened.
|Publisher:||Chicago Review Press, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.50(d)|
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"...a strangely enigmatic novel which is kind of addictive...With passages that are so well turned they can be called lyrical-and others that are laugh out loud funny. This is the kind of book where we see a bit of ourselves and grimace-but keep reading."
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This is the hilariously witty story of a man, David, who plunges into his life in the men's restroom on the sixth floor. David is dealing the frustrations of a dull job and a woman who completely baffles him. With the help of a friend and doctor, David begins to find meaning in what he once saw as a mediocre life.