Northland writer Peri Hoskins’ second book ‘East – A Novel’ is released to the public as an eBook on 31 August 2016. This novel is about a 1994 road trip taken all around Australia. This book has already gathered eight advance reader Amazon US reviews: all five star reviews. New York City literary agent Vincenzo Scipioni described the book as ‘in a word: astonishing.’ You may read the reviews and a synopsis of ‘East’ here:http://amzn.to/1Ui4t9V. ‘East’ is available at the digital stores listed here: https://www.books2read.com/east.
It’s 1994. Junior lawyer, Vince Osbourne, leaves behind a small, mean and viciously circular life in the city representing petty criminals and takes to the road. He’s lived 30 years. The wide continent of Australia is out in front. He’s almost young. Where will the road lead?
East takes in sunsets; rain in the desert; a five-year-old girl on a bike; a battered former thief and jockey; old-timers; young lovers; beautiful women, and aboriginals in public bars. The open road connects many vignettes making a rich tapestry of human encounters.
East is poignant, gritty, funny, sad and above all: human. Hoskins’ laconic prose captures the harsh, arid country in all its big, empty beauty along with quirky exchanges with strangers, travel buddies, shop assistants, workmates, and friends old and new. A journey without and within, East taps into the spiritual realm that lies beneath this land and its people.