A Parable of Lies (Hardcover)
During times of grief, therapists recommend jotting down feelings, memories, and observations in a notebook. Neal Motherwell takes this practice to the extreme, sometimes writing twenty-thousand words in a day.
"I am working out the vocabulary of my silence."
Neal thought he'd left an abusive childhood behind until his brother Mick dies, forcing him into a search for authenticity in a world of deceit. A Parable of Lies is not a memoir or novel but an experiment in healing fiction.