“There's also a twenty percent chance you'll contract herpes. What's the chance you'll contract love?” At age 37, Jason Purdue is done with sex in general and romance in particular. He’s even happy that the sperm he sent to a cryogenics lab to be frozen is set for termination. Or is it? When an email informs Jason that his sperm is missing, he begins a frantic, cross country search for the possible recipient. Is it free spirited Sheila, enigmatic Christina, or serious Gabrielle, who is carrying Jason’s future baby? And why does he need to find out anyways? Searching for Swimmers is a story about birth, bewilderment and bibacity for the cynical underachiever in all of us.
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Witty, young, funny, and very contemporary. Thanks for the ride!
Searching for Swimmers
I have pre ordered this book and read the first sixty pages, this looks like an interesting and keep you wanting more type of book. I can't wait to read the rest !
Staying afloat in a world of traditional relationships and responsibilities, our protagonist Jason sets out searching, both literally and metaphorically, for "swimmers" to help keep him from drowning in his own world of non conventional mores. Although the motivation of our main character might not be apparent to most conventional readers, the witty dialogue will keep you wanting to read more. Go ahead and dive in, it's worth a read...