is a coffee table novel made of micro chapters and illustrations about a boy growing up in the small farming community of Blissfield, Michigan and onto adulthood in San Francisco. It is filled with edgy stories and equally gripping illustrations, art and layouts. This isnot your typical novel. This is an object of art.
W. Ross Ayers
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39. The Plight of the Living
Five days into my sophomore year at the University of Florida, the city of Gainesville changed forever.We woke up to rumors. By noon everyone knew for sure that Christi Powell, 17 and Sonja Larson, 18, hadbeen murdered in their sleep. Both students. Both brutally murdered. Both petite and brunette.We c
ouldn’t believe something so horrible had happened in our lovely town. Our lovely, little, fun, safe town.
All day everyone walked around on campus in a daze.
“Oh my god, how awful.”
“I can’t believe it.”
“Those poor girls.”
We all went to sleep that night still in shock.Then it continued.The next morning University of Florida student Christa Hoyt, 18, was found decapitated in her apartment.Petite and brunette.Hundreds of students left school that day.By noon, news crews from around the nation flocked to our little town.Helicopters flew overhead scanning the streets day and night.The death watch was on.Girls bleached their hair blonde. Boyfriends stayed awake all night.