By Craig Lancaster
Edward Stanton is a guy hurtling headlong towards heart age. His psychological disorder has led him to be sequestered in his small apartment in a small urban, the place he retains his distance from the skin international and the oldsters from whom he's principally estranged. For the main half, Edward sticks to objects he can count number on...and issues he can count number. yet over the process 25 days (or six hundred hours, as Edward prefers to examine it) a number of occasions puncture the partitions Edward has equipped round himself. after all, he faces a call: Open his lifestyles to event and care for the fun and heartaches that include it, or stay at the back of his closed door, a solitary soul
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600 Hours of Edward by Craig Lancaster