A Man Called Stan

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iUniverse, Mar 1, 2003 - Fiction - 172 pages
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Telling a highly original story with a fresh and engaging style, this is a book that is different to any that you have read before. You are about to discover a modern myth that will draw you in completely. Stan is an ordinary man whose story includes some quite unusual perspectives. His life flows along its turbulent course with rapids, twists and gentle stretches, while the man called Stan tries to stay afloat and to find some happiness and meaning. Every reader can relate to Stan as he flounders in the currents and seeks fulfilment while splashing about. The reader is held hostage by the tale, having no choice but to follow it avidly, the characters stepping out of the pages as they come alive. Most importantly, the strands of philosophy that tie the story together offer something substantial for the reader to take away. This is a gem that you will certainly enjoy, and it will leave you with more than a smile.

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