The acclaimed novel about the games people play and when they suddenly lose their rules...
They came together for a weekend in a California moteltwelve very different people. Plus the psychologist who was supposed to lead them. Ahead lay the most shattering hours of their lives. Before the weekend was over, a marriage would be destroyed and another saved, love consummated and love betrayed, hatred unleashed and the most intimate human secrets laid bare. Before it was over, something drastic would happen to each man and woman there.
This was a radical new kind of group therapy called "the three-hundred-year weekend." And these were...
THE LEMON EATERS
"[Sohl] handles his characters and his point well and the voyeuristic fascination will keep the readers reading."
"A novelist's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"