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What’s The Remainders about?

A homeless son and troubled father must reconnect in Southern California.

Dylan Glass, an 18-year-old high school dropout, was kicked out of his mother and stepdad’s home and must sleep in his SUV. He struggles to make a new life, but he finds himself challenged by old temptations and a new woman, the alluring and enigmatic Pearl. His father, Dr. Oliver Glass, struggles with demons of his own. A private practice and a beautiful girlfriend with children of her own can’t make up for a past of tragedy and abuse. Oliver seeks to reconnect with his son. Dylan seeks love and acceptance. Can they overcome their painful pasts? Or will they surrender to their self-destructive urges?

Who’s it for?

If you want to read New Adult psychological dramas that cover contemporary issues like homelessness, mental illness, and generational trauma.

What are people saying about it?

“An intensely moving story. Matthew Arnold Stern has created a complex and believable cast of characters…I enjoyed this story immensely. The writing style keeps the reader involved and guessing, while eagerly wanting the characters to find what they need. It is well told, and the gentle romance is so real and touching. Overall, it is a moving tale. I highly recommend this story. It’s a great read and I look forward to reading more novels by this author.” — H.R. Kemp, author of Deadly Secrets

“This endearing, sometimes sad, often hopeful novel concerns good people who endure misfortune without giving up…The plot cleverly weaves their circumstances together while keeping them physically distant…”  — Carolyn Geduld, author of the upcoming novel Who Shall Live

“A trenchantly empathetic writer, Stern has filled this novel with rich, distinctive, and evocative life stories, ones that make a reader face his own hard truths and appreciate the encouraging journeys of growth revealed here.” — Michael P. Hartnett

Where do I get it?

It’s available in Kindle Unlimited on Amazon. You can also find it in paperback at these retailers:

Amazon (US and International)

Barnes and Noble

Black Rose Writing (Publisher site)




Waterstones (UK)

How do I learn more?

Visit The Remainders page on my site for videos, additional reviews, and links to more information.

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