Saturday, June 11, 2016

The Middle of the Night by Daniel Stolar

The Middle of the Night by Daniel Stolar - 242 pages

The Middle of the Night examines the crucial moments in people’s struggles to understand the strange paths their lives have taken: a seventy-year-old retired doctor tries to teach his sixteen-year-old son how to drive; a happily married young lawyer attends a high school reunion with the woman he was never bold enough to love; a white freshman pledges a black fraternity. Each of these rich, expansive stories is endowed with an insistent but plain-spoken intelligence, illuminating the drama and mystery at the heart of ordinary life.

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