The Greatest Unit of Value by Michael Sadoff

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In the throes of yet another psychotic breakdown, Granger Callahan finds a discarded journal containing the writings of a frustrated, 23-year-old, would-be filmmaker named Zachary Klein. Zachary describes dreams, complains about his girlfriend and brainstorms about the short films he wants to make. His words take on new meaning for Granger, whose mind is open to anything and desperate for a message in a world he can no longer decipher. One journal entry sends him hitchhiking to San Francisco with promises of rolling hills, brilliant colors, happiness and - most of all - escape. Along the way, he meets Natalie Chambers, a grifting drug-addict, who finds an unexpected soft spot in her hardened heart when Granger bails her out of jail. For a moment, he and Natalie build something that resembles compatibility and love. If only the moment can last ...
 

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Published July 12, 2012 by Working Class Press. 197 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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For a moment, he and Natalie build something that resembles compatibility and love. If only the moment can last ...

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