Night Radio: A Love Story

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Product Details

Price
$14.00  $12.88
Publisher
Writer Shed Press
Publish Date
Pages
288
Dimensions
5.51 X 0.6 X 8.5 inches | 0.74 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781096125617
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About the Author

David W. Berner is an award-winning author, broadcaster and journalist, whose career honors include the position of Writer-in-Residence at the Jack Kerouac Project and the Ernest Hemingway Foundation. He lives outside Chicago, Illinois.

Reviews

EDITORIAL REVIEWS:

"After spending more than three decades in radio I can tell you that Night Radio captures the raw and very real essence of what it's like to be on-the-air after dark during the glory days of rock-n-roll radio. Like a great record I keep playing Night Radio over and over in my mind. The story crackles like those wonderful old vinyls." --- Larry Richert, KDKA Radio, Pittsburgh


"Lyrical, philosophical, poetic ... David Berner's Night Radio: A Love Story is all of that and more. This touching novel had me both laughing out loud and brushing away tears, thanks to a colorful cast of compelling characters who prove that it's never too late to come of age." --- Kelli Christiansen, Chicago Book Review

"Night Radio adds a unique and valuable dimension to today's literary fiction by combining a gripping plot with a deep character study and a haunting, thought-provoking narrative" --Windy City Reviews


"David W. Berner writes an emotional and powerful story about the connections we make and the connections we lose. A novel as irresistible as those old records we played over and over." --- Lin Brehmer, WXRT Radio, Chicago

"Night Radio is a story of hope, even if it is different from the way we might ever have imagined it. The way the words flow from page to page draws a beautiful image of a complicated life. You want the main character, Jake to find his version of happiness, just as we all seek our own happiness. The beauty of Night Radio is that even in its darkest passages you hope that Jake finds his happy ending." --- Shari Schmidt, Oh My Books Review