The Accident is a gripping tale of a young man's spiritual struggle during his junior year abroad at a Catholic university in Belgium. A haunting masterpiece of spiritual crisis, alienation, and love by David Plante, author of the renowned "Francoeur" trilogy, this magnificent, troubling novel is sure to be considered among the best fiction written today.
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