When Differing Points of View Converge and Blur
Largely autobiographical and disarmingly ordinary, this is a novel in stories that explores relationship, voice, identity, race, class, and dogma, through the lens of intimate first and third person narrative. It also takes a refreshingly critical and humorous look at Buddhism and New Age in America, as well as America's increasingly alienating cultural and political stance in a rapidly changing global village.
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