In this compelling novel, graduate student Nathaniel Mason's life changes dramatically when he meets the unusual yet intriguing Jerome Coolberg at a party. Soon, Jerome seems to have appropriated Nathaniel's life, telling personal stories as though they are from his own experiences.
Got off to a good start interesting due to the fact I'm a native of Western New York but then got very weird and "wordy". it dragged on... but I would not recommend it.
imagine merging doppelganger mythology with a Philip Roth novel. If that's your kick, this is your book. I found its forced attempt to be introspective and philosophical to be rather vain and drab.
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