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CreateSpace, Apr 1, 2011 - Fiction - 396 pages
5 Reviews
Young, vulnerable and struggling with psychological disorders, five characters share their sometimes brutal narratives in Anti-Depressant.In the throes of obsession, Shelby lusts after Steph, to the point of losing his grip on reality. A best-selling novelist is crushed by the pressure to write a follow-up book. A young woman struggles with a system that labeled her "suicidal." A battered husband finds new love in the worst of places. And an affair that neither party can remember shatters what looked to be a perfect future.Anti-Depressant is a coming-of-age novel for the 21st century, drenched in self-absorption, terrible decisions and the blind hope that tomorrow will be better, if only

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Review: Anti-Depressant: A Novel

User Review  - Barbara Tsipouras - Goodreads

This novel is an artful composition of situations the author describes in detail and a bit sarcastically often inventing new word-combinations and giving insight in the mind of disturbed and broken ... Read full review

Review: Anti-Depressant: A Novel

User Review  - Misty Rios - Goodreads

I first wanted to read this book because, as a person that has dealt with depression since childhood, I thought it might be insightful. The narratives of the five characters went way beyond what I was ... Read full review

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