Sunland, Don Waters’s debut novel, takes us through an American Southwest that, though fictional, couldn’t feel more real. It begins with thirty-three-year-old Sidney Dulaney’s recent move from Massachusetts to Arizona to start over after a failed relationship and an abandoned career as a high school English teacher, in order to help Nana, the grandmother who raised him.
Review of Don Waters’ new novel
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