The 11th Inkblot: A Novel

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IPBooks, Jan 27, 2020 - Fiction - 272 pages
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How does one capture, in words, the life he has lived? Though I have spent much of my adult life narrowing my mind and distracting myself from writing this story, I knew the time would come that I would have enough courage to sift through my memories and endure the feelings that would become passengers on this journey. As the years pass with fewer things to command my time and attention, it becomes harder to avoid this moment. Alone in my study, I hear the steady ticking of the clock on the wall. I realize that the time is at hand for my story to begin.

"Spellbindingly measured narrative that entertains and enthralls...A unique and captivating story of a young mind torn between science and art...engrossing debut novel by Kleiger."

--Kirkus Reviews

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I was captured by the timepiece repairman’s son and his quest for a little recognition, then blindsided by a hurricane of events that held me spellbound as the boy matured in turbotime, finding his people, the father and mother within him, his ancestral family, and some interesting people along the way, including Carl Jung and Herman Rorschach. A great read. 

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