Tails by Fysche
Swimming Both Ways

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Tails: Swimming Both Waysis written in an avant-garde style. Let’s call it Fyschese.Fyschese may seem challenging at 1st – like learning a new language.U will have 2 use peripheral vision FREE YOUR MIND!Tails: Swimming Both Wayschronicles the adventures of your N dearing androgynous protagonist Fysche…who left the city of Angels 2 go in search of the meaning of life & love…thatage old paradox. Fysche’s rambunctious escapades thru Europe R set from mind-boggling Munich 2 panoramic Prague, scintillating Sweden thru utopic Amsterdam with pit stops in the French Riviera and a crash course of Italy.What else?Fysche falls in and out of love painfully disco ver the joys X perience It’s feelin’s share the boys love the women!Fysche parties philosophises pharmaceuticizesHighlights of Tails: Swimming Both Ways· odd numbered pages· even numbered pagesFinal E, U can C that this story is very much in the stream of consciousness.The consciousness is 1 of the streams that Fysche plays around in. Well.N joy!

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Published June 13, 2001 by Xlibris. 252 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Sports & Outdoors, Biographies & Memoirs. Fiction

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