Vasectomy, Fresh Flounder and God? by Harry Sarazin
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Sarazin mentions in his introduction that he wrote the book at the behest of his friends and family, and ultimately, they’ll be the best audience for it. A well-written collection of personal writing that may not have broad appeal.
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"Vasectomy, Fresh Flounder and God?" is an anthology of sixty-one essays, several short stories and poems, one very short one act play and a few other things. As the title suggests, the subject matter varies from vasectomy to God. The book is funny, serious, thoughtful, bold and occasionally sad, but never dull. You will laugh at the story of Sarazin's "Vasectomy" and the "Missed Opportunity" with his heartthrob when he was twelve. "The Race", the story of a bazaar ocean sailboat race, may leave you shaking your head. The stories of "Gabe and Rose" and "Hank" will tug at your heart. Sarazin's views on "God?", morals and "Same Sex Marriage" may spark conversation, but there is no question of their clarity. This book is a journey through the eclectic mind of Harry Sarazin who writes what he thinks, always honestly and never shyly.
 

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Published March 4, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 338 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Sarazin mentions in his introduction that he wrote the book at the behest of his friends and family, and ultimately, they’ll be the best audience for it. A well-written collection of personal writing that may not have broad appeal.

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