Fool’s Outing – Exciting novella about a toxic split-up

Fool’s Outing - Exciting novella about a toxic split-up

Udo Staber’s new novella “Fool’s Outing”
Udo Staber’s protagonist finds his own identity while fighting his way out of a poisonous relationship.

Bernd is travelling through the Black Forest in Germany with his wife, but soon he has to realize that being somewhere else won’t change the problems the couple has. After all, you carry your character and soul with you, no matter where you go. It’s not something that can be left at home like a piece of clothing you don’t need for the trip. During the trip, Bernd also starts to understand that there are things hidden behind Ellen’s mask that he should have dealt with much sooner. He did not want to tear off her mask because he did not want to embarrass her in public and cause distress to their children.

But as the readers follow Bernd, the protagonist of “Fools’ Outing” by Udo Staber, as he sits in a psychiatrist’s office, they soon learn that he regrets the decisions he has made. He is screaming his way out of his poisoned union with her – but at what cost? This book is an interesting insight into the human soul and the question why people stay in toxic relationships longer than necessary. The protagonist leads readers through a well written story about love and how it can disappear over time. It is a story on identity and finding the courage to look for a way out.

“Fools’ Outing” by Udo Staber is now available from tredition or can be ordered through retail using ISBN 978-3-7497-5897-5. tredition assists young and unknown authors with publishing their own books, but also cooperates with publishers and publishing houses. tredition publishes books in print and digital formats, distributes locally and online, and actively markets all titles.

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