All We See Or Seem

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Joe Ouldhouse, 2008 - Fiction - 184 pages
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Twenty-three-year old Tymer Strauss is stuck in a rut. After losing his driver's license due to a drunk driving accident and getting kicked out of photography school for unacceptable material, it seems the only thing worth getting up for in the morning is the end of the day. But when his new friend Cassidy mentions drug smuggling to him, things start to change: he has some cash lining his pockets, a new love interest-a beautiful and sassy woman named Maria-and he's enjoying himself for the first time in months. But not all of the changes are for the better...He's having nightmares that he can't shake off, seeing and hearing things that shouldn't be sensed, and constantly questioning the true nature of those around him. As Tymer becomes more sure that there's something terribly wrong with his world, he starts to realize that reality is relative.

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This novel has amazing flow, you feel like you are riding on Tymer's shoulder throughout the story as it evolves and transforms. Ouldhouses's ability to generate emotion in the reader is well developed and empathizing Tymer would be an understatement. An easy read but by no means should this piece of contemporary literature be overlooked. And of course there is a twist but it is far from cliche.  

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