Now and Yesterday

Now and Yesterday

Paperback - 2014
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"In the three decades since Peter first moved into his Brooklyn apartment, almost every facet of his life has changed. Once a broke, ambitious poet, Peter is now a successful advertising executive. He's grateful for everything the years have given him--wealth, friends, security. But he's conscious too of what time has taken in return, and a busy stream of invitations doesn't dull the ache that remains since he lost the love of his life. Will is a young, aspiring journalist hungry for everything New York has to offer--culture, sophistication, adventure. When he moonlights as a bartender at one of Peter's parties, the two strike up a tentative friendship that soon becomes more important than either expected. In Peter, Will sees the ease and confidence he strives for, while Peter is suddenly aware of just how lonely his life has become. But forging a connection means navigating very different sets of experience and expectations, as each decides how to make a place for himself in the world--and who to share it with."--
Publisher: New York : Kensington Books, [2014]
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781617730603
1617730602
Branch Call Number: GRECO S
Characteristics: 458 pages ; 21 cm

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Aug 04, 2014

If you ever wonder if you might be boring, chances are you probably aren't except on occasion. If it never ever occurs to you that you might be boring your audience, the chances are good that you are a giant, insufferable bore
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Too many details extraneous to plot development to allow one to develop any connection with characters or story. A waste of time and space.

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