The Onus of Man
Here is a story to challenge the conventional understanding of debt, and reintroduce the proper office of accountability. With a retrospective narrative, author Damian Bouch contests the notion that debt is an impersonal, natural function of society. While relating to Peter, the "everyman" protagonist of this story, the reader will find themselves challenging their own circumstances.
- First Edition
- 5x8, Paperback - Perfect Laminate Gloss, white, b&w interior, 232 pages