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Wander Paperback – September 29, 2016
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“If you are tired of novels about urban yuppies, curl up with Lori Tobias’s story, set in oh so very rural Alaska. The only given is, well, it’s cold up there; and watch out, you could run into a moose. The story is fresh and fast moving and Tobias has some interesting things to tell about what people do in situations they fell into by not paying attention.”
―Sandra Scofield, novelist and author of Occasions of Sin: A Memoir
“Lori Tobias has crafted a compelling narrative of an Alaska where survival is a skill and deceit is an art.”
―Mark Wolf, author of Over Time: Coach Katte on Basketball and Life
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This short novel clearly had a message that is timely today. I think we can learn from the experiences of all of the characters. I have so many unanswered questions that have kept me thinking about the characters long after I finished reading the story. What did Nick really do while he was on the slopes? Why did Ren make the choice he made? A book club could find many things to discuss after reading this book.
Lori Tobias is a good storyteller. Readers of all ages will be able to relate to the characters and their conflicts.
It's a real page turner, once you get into it, you won't want to put it down. It's a trap many writers would like to be able to create. It's a tale about love, loss and betrayal set in the frigid wild of Alaska, where a young news reporter faces the winter alone, discovering too late that the biggest threat lies not in the harsh landscape around her, but in her own fickle heart.
Try it, you will like it. Ps. Don't drive across a frozen lake in the Spring, ever.
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A moment in time in “the middle of nowhere, Alaska” is the setting for Lori Tobias’s new novel, “Wander”.Read more