Wreckage: A Novel
A young man, cast adrift after a tour of duty in Afghanistan, finds himself in in possession of a strange power and the responsibility that comes with it.
The house with mismatched roof tiles sits back from the road and is indistinct from its neighbors. Illinois Street is a busy one, and I doubt that many of the drivers take time to notice this one house in a row of similar Sears mail-order kit homes from an earlier age. But I do. I notice it every day.
Sometimes, it’s safer to stay at home.
A death. A journey. A bag of red marbles.
Kintsugi treats breakage and repair as part of the history of an object—part of its beauty—rather than something to hide.
About the Author
Ash Bennett lives in Wisconsin with her wife and family of four-footeds and works as an illustrator and web designer. She is learning to ice fish, and sometimes wears a Packers cap as camoflage. If you can explain the purpose of a supperclub, please leave a comment, because she is still confused.