With the voice of a born storyteller, a gift for capturing the subtleties of men's interactions and a tireless pursiut of our most vulnerable truths -- in love, parenting, competition, and death -- Scott Lasser lays bare the unspoken bonds and implicit understandings that exist between all men -- silences that substitute for compassion, silences that can eventually implode from the pressure of their own restraint.
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