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The Society of Others (book)

Synopsis:

He has nowhere to go. So he goes there. The narrator of THE SOCIETY OF OTHERS is an alienated young man who sees no meaning in life. He doesn't even see the point of getting out of bed in the morning. To get his family off his back, he embarks on an aimless hitchhiking adventure around Europe. But his journey soon turns into an orgy of violence. With all the pace and thrust of a thriller, THE SOCIETY OF OTHERS is also a moral fable, bursting with art, poetry, music and ideas. A journey. Just not the usual kind. I'm not a bad person. I'm a bad person. I didn't mean to kill the man in the reading room. I did mean to kill the man in the reading room. What happened afterwards wasn't my fault, don't blame me. It was my fault. Blame me. He has nowhere to go. So he goes there. It's a journey. Just not the usual kind. [1]