|About the Book|
Because everyone drowns in oxygen sometimes... If your life passed before your eyes when you died, would you change anything? Providence Westinghouse decided to change something - he said hello to a girl on a bus - and it changed everything. ThisMoreBecause everyone drowns in oxygen sometimes... If your life passed before your eyes when you died, would you change anything? Providence Westinghouse decided to change something - he said hello to a girl on a bus - and it changed everything. This simple, seemingly innocuous exchange of pleasantries unraveled an avalanche of consequences that would affect friends and strangers alike. In this work of twilight-zone fiction, the fate of dozens of bystanders hangs in the balance, to be decided by a few people who have the ability to posthumously change their past. The book revolves around a calamitous car accident on a major bridge in Seattle. Amidst the chaos of emergency, several characters relive their lives with an opportunity to change past events. DRO2WN is a new novel by first time author Joshua Wright. The books character-driven stories paint with a descriptive brush, allowing the reader to share in the trials, pains, hopes and dreams of those struggling to find their way within a puzzling purgatory. Joshuas background in computer science and metaphysical philosophy gives him a distinct voice to explore the questions we often ponder but lack the courage to confront. Pronounced simply drown, the books title is a word play on the phrase Downing In Oxygen, which is the title track of a sister project from Joshuas band: an independent rock album that is an interpretation of the book. Part philosophy, part surreal speculation, and with a dash of action, DRO2WN is a book not to be missed!