The Stray American by Wendy Brandmark @HollandParkPres #bookreview

Rosie Amber

The Stray AmericanThe Stray American by Wendy Brandmark

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Stray American is a niche market read with a dark storyline of everyday life. It reflects the feelings of people who touch the life of Larry Greenberg as they all search for answers and a place to belong.

Larry Greenberg is a Jewish lawyer who has moved to London from Boston where he is now an associate Professor teaching law at Eureka Plains. A college full of international students, it stands near Waterloo station in an old Victorian Hospital.

We read about Larry’s strange and failing relationships, his loneliness in London, his few highs as he discovers “England” and the many lows which make up a year long window of guilt and often despair which we glimpse in this creatively written piece of work.

Accused of being a boy with silly ideas, he’s looking to mature. A…

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