Jerry Jerraldson by Henry Hutchinson ~~ Harry Harrison



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Jerry Jerraldson By Henry Hutchinson is debut author, Harry Harrison’s topsy-turvy smack-in-the-face to the world of literary fiction. In this short novel, Harrison’s hilariously absurd, hauntingly insightful alter-ego, Henry Hutchinson (a misfit, blasphemous, anti-everything high school slacker with a heart of gold) tells the story of how he miraculously managed to earn his diploma and somehow achieved writing the Great American Novel after a year-long bout through his senior year with drug-induced hallucinations, disillusionment, mistaken identity, bum fights, heartbreak, abandonment, addiction, prophetic visions, and suicidal nightmares. This book has a style of its own, filled to the brim with offbeat adventure. It’s a psychedelic glimpse at modern America wrought by the zaniest new author on the shelves, complete with illustrations by Carly Bennet and Lainey Harrison. Full Synopsis
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