One-nighters rarely blossom into
true love, but with Erik and Dawn, both physically
disabled by traumatic brain injuries, the rare becomes a
broiling reality. Erik is a computer programmer while
Dawn is a Sophomore at Wisconsin's renowned Amdahl
College. The chaos of the unexpected haunts the lovers,
dragging them into the improbable; eventually they suffer
a bitter separation.
While distraught over losing
Dawn, Erik uncovers the horrific truth of a dark family
secret. After repercussions of the past cost Erik his
job, he splits with his Chippewa buddy, Emmanuel, to bum
around the US as they did years before, now as computer
consultants. Their adventure succeeds in many ways but
the unexpected hooks its claws in both men. Both are set
on a collision course with Fate. Erik and Dawn are
reunited, but other life and death consequences are
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If you aren't sure so far, the following brief reviews may help you decide.
Gary Kline's characters in
Journey Toward the Dawn make me care what happens
to them, not something many authors can achieve.
I kept reading because I wanted
to know how things worked out for these people, not to
mention that I could actually see the events described in
All you have to do is read the
first few pages, you are hooked.
Hart is the scholar who invented eBooks. He also is
the founder of Project Gutenberg, the
not-for-profit site that has distributed millions of
Toward the Dawn is] very impressive, especially the
dialog and rich characterizations of main protagonists.
Made me want to know more about these
Greeley is a writer and a Senior Reference
Librarian, King County Public Library
Janice Lewis Clark
Journey Toward the Dawn has it all...
. The action is non-stop; the characters all well-rounded
and totally believable. You'll find yourself caught up in
an exciting adventure ... through suspense-filled twists
of fate... . A reading experience you won't soon
Lewis Clark writes children's and young-adult
Wow... just... wow...
I'm really impressed... can't believe it...
Now I can really say I did read some really good piece of
modern american literature. Not any comparable to what I read at
The story is great, tension seems to be constantly raising, so the
reader (this is: me) is in a constant intention to continue reading to find
what happens next. The reader can feel along with the figures, and
feel happy for Erik in the end... .
is an IT specialist who lives in Magdeburg, GErmany.