Thirty-something Charlie is living in California, struggling to find direction and his place in life. It frustrates him that things come so much easier for his identical twin Whiskey, an advertising executive pulling down six figures. At least, that's what Charlie thinks. After following Charlie down many paths, he realizes that the truth is not always what he thinks. At times Charlie can be endearing and other times a real jerk, but always so human.
Whiskey and Charlie is a wonderful book for those who enjoy character-driven stories about relationships.