25 year old Sam Abramov is an inexperienced young lawyer in New York City, barely making ends meet. Once upon a time in high school, he had aspired to become an actor and comedian.
However, he had to give up his (admittedly unrealistic) dreams once he and his parents decided that law school would be a more realistic choice for him. What does Sam actually want for himself, however? And what will he do and decide once tragedy unexpectedly hits him and his loved ones...?
The Greatest American
Novel Ever Written
In this novel, writer, comedian, and lawyer Sam Abramov reimagines his life as a series of what-ifs. What if he hadn't become a lawyer? What if he had become the actor he felt he was always meant to be?
Side-splittingly hilarious and shockingly candid, "The Greatest American Novel Ever Written" explores Sam's desires, regrets and various complexes, including and especially his obsessive desire for fame and recognition.
Listen to the audiobook version here.