The Fault In Our Stars meets One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in this hilarious, heart wrenching, and powerful debut novel about an orphaned boy who finds love and hope in a Russian hospital.
Scott Stambach lives in San Diego where he teaches physics and astronomy at Grossmont and Mesa colleges. He also collaborates with Science for Monks, a group of educators and monastics working to establish science programs in Tibetan Monasteries throughout India. He has been published in a dozen literary magazines including The Writing Disorder, Stirring, and Ecclectica.
''Impressive...Stambach's surprising, empathetic novel takes on heavy themes of illness, suffering, religion, patience, and purpose, with a balanced mix of humour and heart.' Publishers Weekly. 'An auspicious, gut-wrenching, wonderful debut.1 - Kirkus (starred review).