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When You Don't See Me - Timothy James Beck
When You Don't See Me
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Being Invisible Is Nick Dunill's M.O. For nineteen years, he's been "the one who disappears" to his disapproving, Midwestern family. And now in New York City, a metropolis of anonymity built on not making eye contact, he feels right at home. Walking the streets of the Village, sneaking into dive... show more
Being Invisible Is Nick Dunill's M.O. For nineteen years, he's been "the one who disappears" to his disapproving, Midwestern family. And now in New York City, a metropolis of anonymity built on not making eye contact, he feels right at home. Walking the streets of the Village, sneaking into dive bars, cleaning apartments, and trying to co-exist in a cramped apartment with his three roommates, Nick's trying to find his way without doing anything to put his wounded heart at risk, all the while wondering, "Does anything last?" But Nick's vanishing act is about to be challenged in ways he never dreamed. Little by little, he's being forced into the land of the living--into relationships and opportunities, love and sex, truth and acceptance, into the heartbreaking secrets of his past and the hopeful chances of his future. And the more visible Nick becomes, the more he realizes that in life and love, disappearing is not an option. . . "A book to get lost in."-Bay Area Reporter on Someone Like You "Funny and touching with wonderful characters."-The Texas Triangle on He's The One "A charming, humorously appealing tale."-Publishers Weekly on It Had To Be You Timothy James Beck is the author of Someone Like You, I'm Your Man, He's the One, and It Had to Be You. He divides his time between California, Texas, and New York, where he's hard at work on his next novel.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780758216861 (0758216866)
Publisher: Kensington
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Manhattan (#4)
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It's not the worst book I have ever read but I must say that it is not part of the good-book-league too. I thought the story was all over the place. I really had no idea where Mr. Beck wanted to go with the story. Too many characters in one go, I struggled really hard to keep track with all the name...
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