Eric Hublot’s sociopathically pornographic, bizarrely philosophical debut novel follows the life of anti-hero Jerome Esterson. Jerome has everything – looks, money, women, friends. And yet, he seems to be fighting a losing battle with reality. From the story’s reckless opening to it’s unforgettable conclusion, And Then Run’s net of desire, psychosis, and philosophy keeps readers unwillingly identifying with Jerome’s psycopathic tendencies, and wondering about the boundaries of their own personal realities.
|Release Date||Jul 31, 2013 (US)|
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