A Tropical Depression
"I'm beginning to think that love for me is a bit like Quantum Mechanics, something I know to exist, but have no idea how it works." For John Hansen, love is not only a mystery but clearly out to make him miserable.
A Tropical Depression is the story of, in Hansen's own words a "paunchy, quickly graying, miserable for the most part" forty-year-old 40-year-old man's search for love and understanding from two very different women. One is his terminally ill mother who favored his self-destructive older brother; the other a free spirited co-worker who is trapped by her feelings for an abusive ex-husband.
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I won this book through Firstreads. I really liked all of the descriptions of the parts of New Orleans you don't see on TV during Mardi Gras. The transitions between the main character's interactions ... Read full review