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Book Details:
  • 198 pages
  • Black & White
  • 5.5 x 8.5 inches

Fiction, women, alcoholism, breast cancer, family and relationships, autism, healing

Storm Rolling Into Darkness
by Graham Duncan

. . . this decaying body, less human more animal, no longer alive, still breathing, an unbearable Weltschmerz.

Here is a story of a woman and her efforts to extract herself from the unfailing reminders of life’s bleakest moments. Storm Rolling Into Darkness captures the longing of a child, fidelities betrayed and an undeniable spirit relearning to love herself.

A child loses her innocence, a burden charting a dispirited road to adulthood. Andie Burrows is a part-time university instructor and full-time cynic dismissing every day inanity by remaining distant and unengaged. She’s falling, has been for a long time. That she drinks too much only complicates the few relationships she allows herself.

Debased, ever-defiant, her chaos spiralling, Andie discovers it is her past that offers a way forward.

. . . drizzle fell down the back window of the taxi fragmenting Seth into slivers of charcoal and light until no human form could be seen.

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Graham Duncan is a writer with eclectic interests and passions. He lives on Vancouver Island. His next novel is due for release in 2018.


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