In the spirit of 'Fight Club' and 'A Confederacy of Dunces' comes a revolutionary and unforgettable first novel by author Wayne Meyer...
The only difference between Shane Gold’s life and a movie? The blood and sex are real and the popcorn is cheaper.
Shane Gold lives in a world of gluttony, planted right in the heart of Northern California. He is a writer for DeathTV, a cable network devoted to the very theme it's named after. Although his life seems quite ordinary, it is nothing of the kind. Through a series of complex and intimate stories about trust, paranoia, friendship, adultery and ice-cream, the true nature of his existence is exposed in this riveting tale of man against his own ego - and the mundane.
Is Shane's beautiful wife Miranda really sleeping with his best friend, and if so, must he die?
Are the stories he so clearly remembers as fact really just a convoluted mix of emotion and fractional paranoia?
Who is Shane Gold and why should anyone care about the threatening letters he keeps receiving from an unknown source?
Will there be a test after the book?
Personal Foul: Notes from an Ordinary Life tests the boundaries and then breaks them in this often hilarious and always demented account of the unaccountable. With characters so vivid they come dancing off the pages and an ending so unthinkable it will leave the reader blindsided, this epic novel by writer Wayne Meyer will surely inspire and become an instant independent classic.