The Solitude Myth

After experiencing a bout of forgetfulness, David travels to St. Jude in the south of France where he encounters a cast of characters who seem to know him better than he knows himself. Ultimately, he must decide what is real and what isn't in a world full of contradictions and illusions. The Solitude Myth has been described as cerebral and elegant, an insight into existential mysteries. More

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Words: 50,470
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311363695
About Bill Lloyd

Bill Lloyd is a novelist who writes about the pursuit of meaning in a world marked by uncertainty and misdirection. A native New Yorker and long-time resident of California, he received his doctorate from U.C.L.A. and served for many years as Professor and Chair of the Geography Department at California State University Fullerton. Several years ago he left academia in order to devote more time to his writing. Now he lives with his wife Janine in a small mountain retreat above Albuquerque, New Mexico, though he also spends a considerable part of each year in an old stone house in Olonzac, a small town surrounded by vineyards in the Languedoc region of southern France. The author of two novels, Searching for Cibola and The Solitude Myth, he is currently working on a new novel tentatively titled: Dramatics.

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