Program

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The Program is a unique work of stark humour and pathos that seduces its readers into the world of advertising guru Maury Stern. Through chain restaurants, forest reserves, Zionist summer camps, abandoned amusement parks and eastern European shtetls…

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    Om Program

    The Program is a unique work of stark humour and pathos that seduces its readers into the world of advertising guru Maury Stern. Through chain restaurants, forest reserves, Zionist summer camps, abandoned amusement parks and eastern European shtetls, the novel chases a mystery: what happened to Maurys son, Danny, the night he was left alone with his uncle. Funny, fallible and lost, Maury blows up his life attempting to find the answer. His monster brother, the bogeyman of Dannys childhood, has gone missing: is Maury still his brothers keeper? His mum, Bubby Stern, is plugging her brain with the contents of American soap operas to avoid the secret she has carried since her girlhood: why cant Maury be a good son and make her happy? When a simple camping trip with Danny turns into another horror show, Maury takes one look at the reproach in his wifes eyes and runs away.Staggering under the weight of everyones desire for him to please be normal again, the wounded Danny cant tackle the mystery of himself directly. Instead he disappears into the computer lab where he writes The Program as a way to an alternative reality where the conflicting agendas of past, present and future may be resolved.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Teknisk DRM
    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2011
    Forlag
    Random House of Canada
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9780307370761
    Sider
    336

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