Fixing Sam by Jaron Lee Knuth
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After a failed marriage proposal, and an apathetic suicide attempt, Samuel Grant is looking for a reason to wake up in the morning. An ex-child star and the son of two famous celebrities, Samuel searches for an existence worth living while wandering through the surreal landscape of the entertainment industry. Trying to see through a haze of scotch and antidepressants, his journey takes him through the flashbulbs of gossip obsessed paparazzi, the confined limits of a hospital bed, the seedy apartment of a neo-hippie, the emotional neutrality of a therapist's office, the social bubble of a Canadian reality show, and the imprisoned realm of a hotel suite with limitless room service. Featuring a large cast of unique characters, "Fixing Sam" is a post-modern search for the meaning of life in a media-saturated existence.

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Published December 6, 2009 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 320 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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