When Norm, a Boston businessman on a trip to Tokyo, gets into a random bar conversation with a stranger, all he expects to get out of it are some tips on Japanese etiquette. Instead, he quickly finds himself in an odd discussion about masks he wears every day, midlife crisis and happiness. As their conversation gets stranger and stranger, Norm starts questioning everything he thought he knew about himself -- and about what it means to be happy.
Ray N. Kuili is a US-based author of novels and short stories, including AWAKENING, OVERDOSE, THE LAST MASK and the new serialized novel EDEN CAN WAIT. His books include elements of psychological thriller, suspense and science fiction, and explore such themes as power, integrity, self-discovery and personal freedom.
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