Toby: A Man

I don’t want to spoil it, so only a brief and very vague review:

It’s great. Todd only gets better with this one, his writing unforced, funny, gentle, and melancholy. And hopeful. Toby: A Man poses a question that has been plaguing me for years, now: what are you, who are you, when the things that are supposed to define you are taken away? What is truly enjoyable in life? Is it possible to seek out and do things that aren’t necessarily going to further your career? Should you? How do you want to be remembered? Do you know the people you love well enough? Who are your people? Are you serving them?

That’s all.

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