The Child at Forty by Michael Wurth

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When forty-year-old Steven discovers that everything good about the world that he’s been brought up to believe—mainly spoon-fed to him through episodes of Sesame Street—is a lie, he must decide between suicide or murder, the choice ultimately depending on whether his life has been brought to him by the letter S or M.
 

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Published August 12, 2012 by Scriptwise Partners Publishing. 266 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In Wurth’s novel, four children from the Sesame Street generation grow up, get cynical and learn life isn’t nearly as simple as a cast of colorful Muppets once made it seem.

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In his first novel, screenwriter and playwright Michael Wurth provides an ample amount of context for four intersecting lives.

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