There are three things which can irrevocably change a man's life - the death of a loved one, a moment of revelation and saying the wrong thing at precisely the wrong time. Unfortunately for Professor Henry Tomlinson, the protaganist of 'Existence Is Futile', he has recently experienced all three. And it's those experiences which threaten to push him over the edge. Is his past really key to understanding his present, or is it yet another trick of his mind?
The novel's author, Scott Andrews, is getting older every day and doesn’t like it much. He is 31 years old and resides in Poland with his fiancée and his pet rabbit. He has travelled far and wide, worked a variety of unimaginably dull jobs and partook in numerous mundane conversations in a fruitless attempt to figure out just exactly what life is all about. To learn some more about his journey visit his blog at http://scottpoland.wordpress.com. If you wish to sample his efforts at fiction, check out 'The Story of Albert Ross', a short eBook available on Amazon and Smashwords. 'Existence Is Futile' is now available via it's publishers website www.feedaread.com.
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