From the uniquely creative mind of Nolan Peterson come two stories about characters facing death in extraordinary ways.
In “A Sight to See,” an astronaut on a one-way trip to Mars contemplates whether he made the right decision to leave his wife behind. And in “The Boatman,” clients who wish to die pay a company to construct their “death dreams.”
Here are two tales, which will inspire the reader to contemplate what it truly means to live and die well.
It is Peterson’s finest work to date–an effort that will place him among America’s most promising new fiction writers.
“Overall, Peterson’s stories promote an appreciation of life–although some readers may still shed tears.” –Kirkus Reviews (starred review)