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Edmonton, 1995.Six strangers at a coffee shop are caught in an earthquake, but soon learn that no one else in the city seems to have felt it. Over the next few days, they experience strange, inexplicable, and unsettling events.The six soon realize they'll need to seek each other out again if they want to get any answers. But when they meet, it's just the beginning of the journey they're about to take together: a journey into a world parallel to their own, but with startling-maybe even sinister-differences.The longer they spend in this other world, the more they start to wonder if they will ever find their way home again . . .. . . And what will happen if they don't.
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About the Author
Alison Golosky is a Métis writer and musician, born and raised in Fort McMurray, Alberta. She is a prolific writer of poetry, short stories, essays, and journals.She currently lives in New Westminster, British Columbia, with her husband and dog. She holds a post-secondary degree in Jazz Studies from Grant MacEwan University.You Are Here is the first book in her The Other North series, and her first published novel.