client john m. dunn
brief Nature, in particular the harsh and beautiful nature of Northern Canada, is a thread that runs through the book: winter — northern lights, darkness, low red sun; summer — never really dark, mauve, semi-lit sky, faintest sign of the moon, no stars. Extremes
I really like it. It’s stark and simple and strongly evokes the central themes of the novel.
john m. dunn
About Lost River:
Jason O’Donnell is a journeyman reporter whose big dreams of finding the elusive, career-altering Story have been blunted by the relentless demands of daily, big city journalism. He has now lost hope after being relegated to his paper’s lifestyle pages. In a moment of rare impulsiveness, he decides to give his faltering journalistic career one last chance, he flees the suburban conformity of the south to work for the Lost River Journal, “the best daily north of 60″ on the country’s northern flank. He meets the enigmatic Roxanne, who has recently fled a secretive religious commune nestled in the mountains that encircle Lost River.
Lost River, is now published on the Amazon, Kobo and Smashwords links via johndunnwriter.