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Sandwich by Steven Coy
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Sandwich

by Steven Coy

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0974323500, Paperback)

Sandwich is 230 pages of textual adventure! It begins with what may at first seem like an elaborate inventory of inane elements and props, such as a man's relentless search for a cup of water, a power struggle between a couple eating Rubix Cubes for dinner, a narcissist and his doomed relationship with a bowl of oatmeal, and (how could we forget?) a plethora of tasty Sandwiches for all to enjoy. However, as you further indulge these layers, the elements undergo a powerful evolution and become essential in moving you, the reader, to an elevated plane of understanding.

In short, Sandwich contains intelligent stories for the common man and woman. These are experiences, much like a car crash, that will oddly engage you, leaving it up to you to figure out exactly just why.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:27 -0400)

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