I Drink Rat's Milk: A Novel
James Murphy, Jul 3, 2008 - 387 pages
From a chance meeting, to an interview, to a journey of self discovery - all because someone drank rat's milk.Anthony Mazon's life was nothing but routine. Every Sunday he sat in his neighborhood coffee shop examining the world around him and writing down anything and everything that popped into his mind. It had been this way for years. However, one Sunday he finds his usual seat taken by a stranger no one in the small-town community had ever seen before. All Anthony wanted was to have his seat, yet four words became engraved into his mind and set in motion events that would drastically alter his life for the next fifteen years. From juvenile detention in Florida to the middle of nowhere in Kentucky, an obsession and even a romance keeps Anthony digging - not just for the truth behind this stranger but for meaning in his own existence. For everyone that chose to follow the well-beaten path through life, there are always a few that embark on the road not taken.
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