Daniel Griffin with Rebecca Rosenblum, Mark Sampson & Emily Saso
Daniel Griffin launches his debut novel TWO ROADS HOME at Ben McNally Books with guests Rebecca Rosenblum, Mark Sampson, and Emily Saso.
In Daniel Griffin's TWO ROADS HOME, a group of idealistic environmental activists, convinced their peaceful protests have been in vain, turn to sabotage. But in a single night everything they’ve worked for goes terribly wrong: a security guard arrives just as the group sets off an explosion at a logging company warehouse. The novel follows these activists as their lives—and their cause—spiral out of control.
"As propulsive as a thriller, with characters so real they draw blood, this is a powerful novel that never lets up."
-Steven Price, author of By Gaslight
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Daniel Griffin was born in Kingston, Ontario, and has lived in Canada, the United States, Guatemala, the UK, France, New Zealand, and India. His short story collection STOPPING FOR STRANGERS was a finalist for the Danuta Gleed and ReLit Awards. Daniel holds an MFA from UBC and currently lives in Victoria, BC, with his wife and three children. TWO ROADS HOME is his first novel.
Rebecca Rosenblum's novel SO MUCH LOVE was a finalist for the Amazon.ca First Novel Award, and her fiction has been short-listed for the Journey Prize, the National Magazine Award, and the Danuta Gleed Award, and longlisted for the Relit Award. . She lives in Toronto.
Mark Sampson is the author of five books: the novels THE SLIP (Dundurn Press, 2017), Sad Peninsula, (Dundurn Press, 2014), and Off Book (Norwood Publishing, 2007), the short story collection, The Secrets Men Keep (Now or Never Publishing, 2015), and the poetry collection, Weathervane, (Palimpsest Press, 2016). He lives in Toronto.
Emily Saso writes fiction and screenplays. Her debut novel is THE WEATHER INSIDE. She lives in Toronto.
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