Winner of the 2017 Gold IPPY Award for Best Fiction of the Mountain West.
An outlaw activist on the run. A pipeline set to destroy a river. And three young women who must decide who to love, who to trust, and what to sacrifice for the greater good.
Set in the tinder-dry Southwest—and based in part on real events in the early nineties and mid-aughts—Hot Season explores what Oregon Book Award Winner Cari Luna called “the charged terrain where the youthful search for identity meets the romantic, illicit lure of direct action.”
|Publisher:||Harvard Square Editions|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.48(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Great read - well-developed and interesting characters involved in a activist plot-line very relevant in today's society.