Connor de Bruler
“Harsh and vivid...ultraviolent. Prepare to get roughed up.”
—Christopher Clancy, author of We Take Care of Our Own
Dagur Aní Hemuðsen, a 17-year-old Faroese-born crust punk, goes by the nickname Rayne. He rides trains illegally across the United States in search of adventure and to escape the custody of his alcoholic, verbally abusive stepfather. While immersed in punk-rock subculture, Rayne finds himself passing through Last Junction, North Carolina, a dangerous Appalachian outpost with more than one bizarre secret.
“Dark, gritty, and—most importantly—believable.”
—Eric J. Guignard author of Doorways to the Deadeye
“A writer you want to watch.”
—Fleas on the Dog Online