Zane Truax is a twentysomething with many advantages: hes bright, educated, and creative. So why cant he maintain some direction in his life? Is it the social anxiety or the misanthropy? Maybe its the fear of spending his prime years as a pushy, business-suited go-getter with a midlevel career in marketing. He exists on the fringes of society, working menial jobs in order to survive. Along with his only friend, the panic-ridden but supportive Brock DeKalb, Zane fills his free time exploring lonely backroads and ruins of the American Midwest. But an unexplainable encounter in a crumbling prairie farmhouse changes his outlook permanently. He becomes determined to save his towns forgotten places from the developers who would destroy them forever. But how? With no money, powerful contacts, or social capital, can one person still make a difference? Not all ghosts can be seen. Sometimes they can only be felt.
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About the Author
Gray West is an awkward man. Pasty complexion. A bit portly. He took one of those online quizzes that purport to match people with their spirit animals, and got mole. Was a bit offended by that initially, but when he remembered that he spends a lot of time writing in dark places, twitching, half-blind, hunched over a keyboard with the light of a computer screen reflecting from his thick glasses, he was like, Oh. A Zoom Zip Architecture is his debut novel. He lives in a ramshackle historic home with his wife, their three cats, and countless ghosts that just wont shut up at night.