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All Things Seen and Unseen

 Author: R. J. McDaniel  Category: General Fiction  Publisher: ECW Press  Published: April 23, 2024  ISBN: 9781770417090  Pages: 248  Language: English  Tags: l |  Alibris  Amazon  Barnes & Noble  Bookshop org  Kobo  Publisher  Find in a Library
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An incisive reflection on identity and wealth, and a refreshing racial queer story of survival.
All Things Seen and Unseen follows Alex Nguyen, an isolated, chronically ill university student in her early 20s. After a suicide attempt and subsequent lengthy hospitalization, she finds herself without a job, kicked out of campus housing, unable to afford school, and still struggling in the aftermath of a relationship’s dissolution. Hope comes in the form of a rich high school friend who offers Alex a job house-sitting at her family’s empty summer mansion on a gulf island. Surrounded by dense forest and ocean, in the increasingly oppressive heat of a 2010s summer, Alex must try to survive as an outsider in a remote, insular community; to navigate the awkward, unexpected beginnings of a possible new romance; and to live through the trauma she has repressed to survive, even as the memories — and a series of increasingly unnerving events — threaten to pull her back under the surface.

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