Out of My Head
IN HIS HIGH-POWERED NOVEL, DIDIER VAN CAUWELAERT, the award-winning author of One-Way, explores the illusory nature of identity and the instability of the things we take for granted. Dispossessed of his job, his family, his name, and his very past, Martin Harris is an Everyman caught in an absurd and yet disturbingly convincing nightmare, one that seems to have no exit and that resists every explanation. Part moral fable, part Robert Ludlum-style thriller, Out of My Head is a fast-paced tale of one man's desperate attempt to reclaim his existence - even at the cost of his own life.
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OUT OF MY HEADUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Delightful comic tale about a man who can't convince anyone he's who he says he is. Recovered from a taxi accident that plunged him into a coma for three days, Martin Harris returns to his wife Liz ... Read full review