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November 3, 2008
But from January to March of 2006, the unlikely trans-generational messiah went missing, and the entire literary community resorted to reading between the lines of the many knowns in order to find out the unknown.

The publishing world’s savior: an analog author in a digital world

Montgomery crashed New York literary elite circles in early December 2005 with the stunning debut Timothy’s Turn to Cry, a daunting commentary on the miasma of post-modern consumerism and obsessive cultural navel-gazing. Told through the eyes of the disgruntled Midwestern teen Timothy, the book has been described as a “scathing indictment of societal normalcy”.