Dumpster Days (Finding the Way Home Book 9)

| May 3, 2016


Dumpster Days (Finding the Way Home Book 9)

Haunted by the specter of alcoholism and dereliction in his family, a young man struggles to find his place in the scheme of things in a big city, first in Berlin then in Chicago, which provides the backdrop. Recollection of your own search for love and stability provides the glue, and this light-handed treatment of a precarious life stage provides the entertainment.

Like his protagonists, William Geuss has lived in many places in the course of career stints as teacher, social worker, software marketer, and translator — including Germany, Switzerland and Chicago. Dumpster Days, a novella, is part of his first collection of stories – Finding the Way Home.


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