I've never read a book quite like Stunt Road. It is fascinating, depressing, joyful, cynical, provocative and even deadly, all at one go. Quite an undertaking for a first novel --reviewthebook.com...a whirlwind tour, at once hilarious and chilling, through a modern American landscape of spiritual yearning, intellectual laziness and corporate greed.
--Frank Mundo, LA Books Examiner 10 June 2010
"At once thought-provoking, incendiary and wickedly funny, Stunt Road manages to challenge the intellect without challenging the reader's attention span. As a result, Mose has crafted a thoroughly enjoyable novel." --JP's Books, writing in Le Forty Six
About the Author
Since Gregory Mose left his native Los Angeles to study English literature at Harvard, he has taught in Greece, practiced corporate law in London, and worked in West Africa for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees. He now lives in a small village in southwestern France with his wife and son. Stunt Road is his first novel.