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Sometimes life throws us a curveball. Sometimes life throws us a lifeline. Sometimes it throws us both. Sometimes we don’t know the meaning of what life throws at us until well after it throws stuff at us. This is a book about self-doubt, friendship, anxiety, and a worldwide pandemic, all through the everyday eyes of an office worker.
This is the story of Maxwell Orwellian, an ordinary forty-one-year-old office worker. In no way a special person. Recently divorced, currently in therapy, and with a daughter on a gap year somewhere abroad. Maxwell is at a bit of a crossroads.
But he still has a living to earn. In the office. As an office worker. The morning commute, avoiding Jim from accounts, trying to get into shape at lunchtime and getting into deep conversations with his mate Noah from the coffee house before the daily grind.
And then the shit really hits the fan. The world is turned upside down. A pandemic. A worldwide virus. Social distancing. Lockdowns. And a man called Boris with really unkempt hair leading us through it all.
Sometimes in life, just sometimes, redemption can be found in the unlikeliest of places. When you think you’re done, you’ve just begun...
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