Ember

Brock Adams (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$18.00  $16.56
Publisher
Hub City Press
Publish Date
September 05, 2017
Pages
200
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.9 X 8.9 inches | 1.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781938235320
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About the Author

Brock Adams is a teaches English and creative writing at the University of South Carolina Upstate. He has published stories in Sewanee Review, Best American Mystery Stories, Barrelhouse, Acapella Zoo, and elsewhere. His book of stories, Gulf, was published by Pocol Press in 2010. He has an MFA in creative writing from the University of Central Florida.

Reviews

"Against a haunting, apocalyptic southern landscape, and with a panoply of rich characterizations, this beautiful novel is a cautionary tale about the power-hungry who rise from the ashes of a lost and dying world. With page-turning twists, the writer makes us care deeply about the small band of survivors making their way against violence and fear and the unknown - toward a brave new world. Emberbegins with a small, glowing flame of intrigue and originality, then grows into a fireball of dazzling plot and prose, bursting into a literary tour de force."--Bridgett M. Davis
"Ember burns with imagination and wrestles with chaos, and combines these two to create a visionary novel of a world gone mad, where the line between good and bad is smeared with gray, and hopeful points of light rage against the darkness."--Michael Farris Smith
"With fascinating concept and a shocking twist, Ember is an eerie apocalypse that will keep you guessing until the end."--Katherine Arden
"A page-turning apocalyptic tale and promising debut novel."----Booklist
"Adams has adeptly put trust, love and faith to the test. With climate change and global warming a growing concern, Ember is a chilling scenario."----Shelf Awareness
"A gripping post-apocalyptic tale...A terrifying spin on the possibilities of extreme rhetoric will chill readers with its bleak image of the failure of humanity and the futility of fighting massive climate change."----Publishers Weekly