de Willie Davis
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“It started with a miracle. It was a useless miracle, but it still counted as a jaw-dropper, a total malfunction of reason and time… I can burn my own bushes, so I have no patience for miracles.”
Introducing the inimitable Milo Byers, a seventeen-year-old dropout whose brother is missing and mother has given up on life. In Lexington, Kentucky, Milo spends his nights being a bar bouncer and boosting cars while searching for his brother, who he suspects is a mysterious figure named “Nightwolf.” Nightwolf stalks the streets, tagging local businesses, while wearing a trash-bag over his head with eyeholes cut out, and making nonsensical threats to local news outlets. Caught between rival heavies Thomas the Prophet and Egan Hopper, Milo must choose what he stands for and the type of adult he wants to be.
In Willie Davis’s gritty, but affectionate portrayal of the new South, around every dark and harrowing corner, there is a tender and redemptive path forward.