by Bass, Rick.
University of Georgia Press,,
A Fine tight copy in a Near Fine bright dust jacket with light sunning to the spine. This work of fiction follows the life of a geologist who becomes a writer and later an activist in the outer regions of Montana. Fiber is a story about the ravages of activism and the healing properties of art. It is a story about last chances, about crafting solutions from the wreckage of a devastated place, and about the high cost, emotionally and physically, of hope in the presence of despair. Fiber is grounded in landscape -- in the Yaak valley nestled between the dark ranges of the Pacific Northwest and the basins of light that characterize the northern Rockies.
Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
Book Id: 26424