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Avalon, Avalon


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Fiction. A year after graduating high school, three friends find themselves growing apart. In a moment of spontaneity, they decide to leave behind what so many have told them is the "real world," and backpack across a small island off the coast of Southern California. Over the course of three days on Santa Catalina, they discover what it means to enter adulthood, the importance of home, and how woefully unprepared they are for their adventure. AVALON, AVALON is a story of the unexpected power of nature and time, and the deep importance of friendship to navigate through it all.

About the Author

Brett Arnold was born and raised in Southern California, and besides a brief stint in France, has lived there his whole life. He studied writing in high school and at Chapman University, and had a story aired by the Discovery network on the "Stuff You Should Know" podcast. He has worked with many local literary nonprofits, including 826LA and ISM: A Community Project. A lover of the ocean, Brett now lives in Huntington Beach. AVALON, AVALON is his first novella (Black Hill Press, 2014).

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Arnold, Brett
Black Hill Press
General Fiction
Literature-A to Z
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