A young, seemingly-successful young therapist tries to put his life back on track while falling in love with another woman and struggling with financial woes in this new novel from the author of <i>Century's Son</i>. 25,000 first printing. - (Baker & Taylor)

A seemingly-successful young therapist tries to put his life back on track while falling in love with another woman and strugglling with financial woes. - (Baker & Taylor)

<p><b>Robert Boswell's first novel since <i>Century's Son</i> showcases once again his "dazzling technical skill, intelligence and moral seriousness" (<i>The New York Times Book Review</i>)</b></p><p>*A <i>Library Journal </i>"Best Indie Fiction of 2013" *</p><p>At age thirty-three, James Candler seems to be well on the road to success. He's in line for a big promotion at Onyx Springs, the treatment facility where he's a therapist. He has a fiancée, a sizable house, and a Porsche.<br> But . . . he's falling in love with another woman, he's underwater on his mortgage, and he's put his hapless best friend in charge of his signature therapeutic program. Even the GPS on his car can't seem to predict where he should turn next. And his clients are struggling in their own hilarious, heartbreaking ways to keep their lives on track. How can he help them if he can't help himself?<br> In <i>Tumbledown</i>, Robert Boswell presents a large, unforgettable cast of characters who are all failing and succeeding in various degrees to make sense of our often-irrational world. In a moving narrative twist, he boldly reckons with the extent to which tragedy can be undone, the impossible accommodated.</p> - (McMillan Palgrave)