DAVID GOODWILLIE’s fiction has appeared in Swink, BlackBook, and other publications, and he is a contributor to the essay collection My Father Married Your Mother (Norton, Spring 2006). He lives in New York City.
"Despite the missteps, there's abundant promise here."
He's a cynical blogger; she's an idealistic eco-warrior (or eco-terrorist, depending). Eventually their worlds collide in this smart, edgy, suspenseful first novel from the author of the memoir Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time (2006).
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