Being Normal

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Tonto Books, 2008 - 175 pages
A confident, poignant collection filtered with debauchery, melancholy and black humour, Being Normal is an examination of loneliness, rejection and the idiosyncrasies of living in and against contemporary society. Stephen Shieber brings together the glory of everyday nothingness and elevates it to great drama; where loveless marriage, teen angst, childhood misadventure, lonely Christmases and family dysfunction are the norm. Each character in this stunning debut provides a very different slant on the notion of mundane - a book for anyone who has ever found themselves on the outside, dancing to the beat of their own drum.
 

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User Review  - Denyse (DJ) - Goodreads

I've finished reading Being Normal by Stephen Shieber... When I write finished I should clarify that I started it late one night, forced myself to put it down and get some sleep (and to not pick it up ... Read full review

Contents

I
9
II
22
III
31
IV
39
V
51
VI
62
VII
76
VIII
88
IX
101
X
114
XI
128
XII
136
XIII
149
XIV
163
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