Enon by Paul Harding

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The Crosbys had lived in modest bliss in the small idyllic town of Enon for generations. But after the tragic loss of his thirteen-year-old daughter, Charlie Crosby finds himself the last living member of his family. Paralyzed by his loss, Charlie allows his relationship with his wife to rapidly disintegrate. His despair spreads like a disease and he finds himself living in squalor with a heavy dependence on pain-killers. Unable to lift himself out of his misery, Charlie embarks on a dreamlike form of remembering, wandering the forgotten paths of the town, and of his history, in an attempt to make sense of his loss.

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