Exile by Blake Nelson



At 31, it’s time for Mark, a poet performance artist, to grow-up, but he’s kicking and screaming all the way to adulthood. There’s always someone bigger and better and Mark’s tired of trying to stay on the top of the heap. So he takes a teaching sabbatical to a quiet Oregon college, only to realize that he hasn’t left his bad habits behind, but that they have hopped on the plane and come with him. If you liked the Gen-X reads of Douglas Coupland, you’ll love Exile.

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