Natural Selection: A Novel
Peter Wexler is unhappy. He's forty and obsessed with what's wrong in the world, including his marriage, a "thirtysomething" version of Ozzie and Harriet. Deciding a change of scenery might help put his life back in order, Peter leaves his wonderful wife and their ten-year-old son in search of a resolution to the confusion, estrangement, fatigue, and adultery that have confounded his life.
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Natural Selection, Frederick Barthelme's brilliant fourth novel, is the story about a man faced with a crisis that is either personal or existential/political. Peter Wexler is frustrated by his job ... Read full review
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Trying to ride the waves of his big brother Donald, Rick doesn't do much to differ. This book, as well as many of his others that I haven't read but sampled, is flat. No emotional attachment of the ... Read full review