- File Size: 1999 KB
- Print Length: 407 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Noel J. Hadley (January 13, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 13, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00G8GJLHS
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- Word Wise: Enabled
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What follows is a series of plot counterpoints that all add up to one thing: Joshua is saddened, hurt, and dumbfounded that his supposedly happy marriage has imploded so unexpectedly.
He meets good-hearted hookers and strippers, encounters mysterious characters like The Homeless Man, and a sometimes sinister figure with a bowler hat. None of this, however, can keep Joshua from crumbling inside and experiencing random sexual fantasies that he somehow never indulges. The intense sorrow, however, is real.
He meets up with some old friends and they grieve over a lost relationship.
"Susan cried. Even Michael's eyes swelled up and he cried. And then all three of us huddled in a group to have a good cry together. Elise was gone, the northern star and fourth corner of our circle. All that remained was the east, the south, and the west. And that, as we well know, is not a working compass."
Eventually an old college chum named Meat Duck -- his real name is Alex -- shows up and becomes Joshua's apprentice photographer. They fly to Hawaii to capture a client's wedding, and Alex discovers that maybe he doesn't have the eye for professional event photography, after all.
Sometime much later, Joshua runs into his high school first love -- Leah -- at, where else, a wedding -- this one in Boston. The encounter ends badly and Joshua finds himself alone -- again.Read more ›