Or So It Seems: Being Mr. Peterson's First-Ever Do-It-Yourself Workshop

Or So It Seems: Being Mr. Peterson's First-Ever Do-It-Yourself Workshop

by Paul Steven Stone


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As we meet Paul Peterson he is being dragged reluctantly toward an oversized couch by a wine-emboldened, faded beauty named Allison Pratt.
As a former member of The Seekers For Truth, a school of self development, Peterson holds a mystical view of the universe through which he examines the chain of events that have brought him to this absurdly humorous personal crisis.
The novel follows Peterson's Do-It-Yourself Workshop, a supernatural, self-examination that takes him back and forth in time. Along the way, he is joined by a Hindu Holy Man known as The Bapucharya. Greatly amused by Peterson's life challenges, the irrepressible Bapucharya plays both Greek Chorus and Sancho Panza to Mr. Peterson's comically tragic hero.
It is Peterson's search for answers to the mysteries of his life that this fantastic tale speeds us through, with a conclusion as startling as it is supremely fitting.
You have never before read a novel like this!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781438207698
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/26/2008
Pages: 446
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

One of the few incompetent managers not appointed to a position of high responsibility in American government, Paul Steven Stone has contented himself with being a creative director in advertising, a columnist, an environmental and human rights activist and a dime store philosopher. He presently works as Director of Advertising for W.B. Mason (Who But W.B. Mason!) and lives in Cambridge, Mass. with his lovely companion and wife, Amy. For the record, it took him 11 years to write "Or So It Seems."

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