He Knew Where He Was Going (?)
Before he was a teenager, James Davidson entered a life of promiscuity and experimentation that continues virtually nonstop for the next thirty years. He moves from city to city, entering one marriage or relationship and then another, but always keeping a private compartment in his life, away from the view of others, or so he hopes. Well aware of the dangers and pitfalls of such a life, he nonetheless forges ahead, trying new things that seem to happen naturally, and never discouraged by the occasional setback. It is all part of life, he decides over and over. But is it? Is he in fact on a natural course? Or is he is heading for a terrible collision with reality? Written by Donald H. Carpenter, author of Dueling Voices, 101 Reasons NOT To Murder The Entire Saudi Royal Family, and I Lost It At The Beginning, this new novel explores some of the most controversial areas of private human behavior.
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