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Max : It Should Only Be

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"Max is a 40-something neurosurgeon with a secret - he has discovered a way to induce suicide in laboratory rats. Now he's going to track down the band of Nazi's that killed his father and make them the first human subjects of his new technique. That is, if he is able to navigate his Compulsive Bibliophilia Disorder, which is tearing down his New York City apartment from the inside, his sexual obsession with frizzy-haired, denim-clad student social workers called Arlene, his Aunt Florence, and Penile Paradox, which kicks in as soon as he encounters any woman he considers unattainable. Revenge, loss and frustrated desire are never far out of the picture in this darkly comic tale of one man's journey to oblivion." -- Provided by publisher.

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"Max is a 40-something neurosurgeon with a secret - he has discovered a way to induce suicide in laboratory rats. Now he's going to track down the band of Nazi's that killed his father and make them the first human subjects of his new technique. That is, if he is able to navigate his Compulsive Bibliophilia Disorder, which is tearing down his New York City apartment from the inside, his sexual obsession with frizzy-haired, denim-clad student social workers called Arlene, his Aunt Florence, and Penile Paradox, which kicks in as soon as he encounters any woman he considers unattainable. Revenge, loss and frustrated desire are never far out of the picture in this darkly comic tale of one man's journey to oblivion." -- Provided by publisher. Max is a 40-something neurosurgeon with a secret – he has discovered a way to induce suicide in laboratory rats. And now he's going to track down the band of Nazis who killed his father and make them the first human subjects of his new technique. That is, if he is able to navigate his Compulsive Bibliophilia Disorder, which is tearing down his New York City apartment from the inside, his sexual obsession with a succession of frizzy-haired, denim-clad student social workers called Arlene, his Aunt Florence, and his Penile Paradox, which kicks in as soon as he encounters any woman he considers unattainable. 

Revenge, loss and frustrated desire are never far out of the picture in this darkly comic tale of one man's journey to oblivion.

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Publisher
Watkins Media
Book Format
Paperback
Original Languages
English
Number of Pages
200
Author
Peter Berczeller
ISBN-13
9781910924556
Publication Date
August, 2017
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
7.80 x 4.90 x 0.60 Inches
ISBN-10
1910924555

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