End of Winter (The Wasteland #1)

Christine and Jack sat on the back deck of their cottage and watched the stars fall into the lake They whispered to each other, Beautiful But Jack did not know his life was to forever change A plague came Christine died Aliens landed and they put things in his food and soap The sidewalks lit up blue to let him know when he was allowed to go to the store.Filled withChristine and Jack sat on the back deck of their cottage and watched the stars fall into the lake They whispered to each other, Beautiful But Jack did not know his life was to forever change A plague came Christine died Aliens landed and they put things in his food and soap The sidewalks lit up blue to let him know when he was allowed to go to the store.Filled with drugs, sex, and cigarettes, the first of six inter related short stories that make up the entirety of the Wasteland series all styled after Winesburg, Ohio and As I Lay Dying Based loosely off T.S Elliot s poem of the same name, The Wasteland is told from the perspectives of the people living inside Jack s head.
End of Winter The Wasteland Christine and Jack sat on the back deck of their cottage and watched the stars fall into the lake They whispered to each other Beautiful But Jack did not know his life was to forever change A plague

  • Title: End of Winter (The Wasteland #1)
  • Author: Steve Bargdill
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 457
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    • Carole P. Roman said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 18:27 PM

      Beautifully written story, wonderfully graphic with rich characterizations. Gritty and urban, it's contemporary vibe reads almost like poetry in the beginning. Lyrical and sad, it recounts a husband's great well of grief and the trip he takes inside himself to deal with it. Confusing at times, it is still deeply moving, with vivid imagery. Each character is so wounded, so lost, one gets caught up in their struggles and roots for them to find away out of the prison called life.

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