Are you 100% content with middle age?
Geo Davis’s visual and verbal mash-ups explore midlife’s merciless mockeries, paradoxes, baits and booby traps, veering erratically between hubris and humility, trepidation and temptation. Unflinching. Self-deprecating. Slightly unnerving.
This is middle age lived inside out.
Equal parts anesthetic, narcotic, stimulant, and placebo, 40×41: Midlife Crisis Postponed just might offer an alternative to the train wreck waiting around the next bend. Then again, it just might hasten the train wreck!
Warning: If you’re living a kickass midlife — meeting or exceeding your goals and thriving emotionally, physically, sexually, financially, professionally, and creatively — this book is not for you. Kudos! And if your middle aged skin is thin or you’re searching for a step-by-step guide to midlife self-improvement, this book is definitely not for you either. Sorry. And good luck.