View from the Edge by Michael Kasenow

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Kasenow’s poetic writing style draws readers into this absorbing story of angst on a college campus. Although billed as a thriller, the most exciting moments are saved for the end, unless one counts the page-by-page suspense of getting there.
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“I’ve been there with my books and bones. And what has it given me? A bad marriage and a visit to the nut house.” So says Joshua Feenics, a University Professor recovering from a psychotic breakdown. He returns to work only to face a dull life without meaning or purpose. His wife is having an affair, and he cannot erase the nightmares about his brutalized childhood. To make matters worse, his students are embroiled in a cult, while the University sinks into a national scandal. Someone wants to kill Joshua; the thriller unravels to find out who and why?
 

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Published February 24, 2012 by Infinity Publishing. 364 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Amy Edelman on May 14 2013

Kasenow’s poetic writing style draws readers into this absorbing story of angst on a college campus. Although billed as a thriller, the most exciting moments are saved for the end, unless one counts the page-by-page suspense of getting there.

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