Casper Gray goes to bed a happily married man.

He wakes up questioning whether everything is a lie.

Life in suburbia holds few surprises for Casper. He and his wife Jane are still trying for a baby after seven years. His neighbours have their quirks to be navigated. And his job as a high school teacher, while satisfying, comes with its challenges.

Every day is much like the one before – that is, until Casper makes a discovery that threatens everything he knows...

As Casper’s fears grow into obsessions, his world starts to unravel.

Just Another Week in Suburbia is a story about love, trust, and insecurity, and the question of whether you can ever really know another person.

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A.S. Patric

"Literary integrity personified."

Ryan O'Neill

"...a hugely enjoyable novel which illuminates the extraordinary in the everyday, and the quirky in the quotidian."


"[Zig] has written this fabulous deliciously naughty book called Just Another Week in Suburbia... with such humour and with such grace with such powers of beauty and observation that I really really enjoyed it.... He does it so well."

Slap Happy Fun Time

"... a must read... a powerful novel that bristles with intelligence, and black humor... a dark, gritty read that explores the dark side of human nature... an engrossing novel, and one that leaves a lasting impression."

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Jordan Reads Too Much

"...engaging... honest and relatable. It was difficult to put down because the story was so compelling. I just had to know what happened next. At one point my heart was pounding, and I couldn’t read fast enough... captivating."

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