AND THE DOG BARKS ON
SOME MORE...


Quiet, for the first time in a long time, Eric’s life is quiet.

Of course, there’s always something, like rats scampering under the floorboards; but with his new home, his “man’s best friend”,  French bulldog, Freud, by his side, the affection (let’s not say "love", let’s not go there), of a successful woman, it’s not just ”quiet”; has Eric found his new normal?

But then…

Well…

What’s “normal” these days?

People around Eric are changing every day, starting over, remaking themselves, reimagining themselves in ways that were once unthinkable. New norms abound all over America now; “new norms” flourishing seamlessly amongst the old. Today, the familiar is mixed in with the new like antique furniture is loaded with modern electronics in a present day living room, or a girlfriend and “alternate” dating sites abide each other in a current emotional life. All are mixed in together as the story of an ongoing life in a “Leaving Las Vegas” meets “Madagascar“ dystopian America continues.

The familiar, and the new, together as one, as a 21st Century Adult Fairy Tale continues “And the Dog Barks On Some More…”

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“Epic.”

D.

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“Great Read."
"Modern life is not normal. Normal is not modern life. EP Lee gets that. This book gets that.”

K.

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“How does Lee keep churning out new books that retread important themes without feeling dated. Bravo my friend, top work.

T. H.

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“I have enjoyed everything I have read from E. P. Lee and this was no exception.”.

L. T.

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“This is the story of a man and his dog. Or more accurately a man, his dog and his thoughts (the man’s thoughts that is!!!) The story is a great tale of what isolation can do for the mind and how memory and thought can machinate to great effect.”

De.

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“Definitely recommend. I have thought before that life has gotten all jumbled up and we don’t have straight lines through society any more so we have to reframe the way we decide to look at relationships and love and marriage and this book basically does that all in itself without making all the decisions for us but by giving us a view of what it is like to live in a world without a rigid order when all we want is to be ourselves and we should be grateful for that.”

H.

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