Chloe is in trouble. Her mother has died, her father is a drunk who likes to shout at her, and she doesn’t know what to do with her life. Meanwhile, Iosif Radek spends his time writing, reading books, studying the Kabbalah, and drinking coffee at the café where Chloe works. And the Mormon poet Bruno Marias is drinking coffee in secret so that the other Mormons won’t see him. And Patrick is now a woman. And Andrew wants to kick Patrick’s ass. And…Iosif Radek’s second book tells the story of various characters living in Oxford who are trying to find themselves and a way of escaping their problems. It also shows us how some of us can make a significant difference in someone’s life just by being there.
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