Life, Lies, and the Little Things

      Brandon Mason
Life, Lies, and the Little Things

A young, successful lawyer faces an unexpected reality after his compulsive lying comes to a disturbing end. This existential crisis begins an elusive, often painful, journey of self-discovery that delves into the relativity of time and freedom, the permanence of balance and love, and maybe most importantly, the limitations of good will and honesty.A young, successful lawyer faces an unexpected reality after his compulsive lying comes to a disturbing end. This existential crisis begins an elusive, often painful, journey of self-discovery that delves into the relativity of time and freedom, the permanence of balance and love, and maybe most importantly, the limitations of good will and honesty. An unlikely friendship and spontaneous encounter with an unprecedented perspective test the possibility of complete honesty, or better yet, if possible, the significance of its appeal. Life, Lies, and the Little Things pushes the boundaries of the traditional novella, remaining short enough to keep the casual reader fascinated until the final page, but containing enough depth and development to leave lovers of literary fiction re-reading again and again. This read delicately balances the philosophical and thought-provoking with pure, page-turning fiction.
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