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- DescriptionThroughout our lives, we all come into contact with some amazing people. Some of them come, some of them go, and some of them even stay for a while. At its heart, The Siren's Call is the story of the love between friends-what we do to sustain our friendships, and, sadly, what we do to destroy them. Hopefully in that process somewhere lies a bit of redemption. Steven Perry and Kenneth Pierson are best friends and trusted partners in the successful Detroit law firm they co-founded. They are handsome, young, bright, and at the top of their game with the world at their feet-that is until Steve's fiancee is killed by a drunk driver. Consumed by grief, Steve can't sleep. So in the middle of the night Steve impulsively drives to Kip's rthern Lake Michigan retreat in an attempt to escape and begins to hear voices in his head. Concerned for his friend's sanity, Kip convinces Steve to join him in Hawaii for a much needed extended vacation-spring break style. Fun in the sun, hilarious hijinks, surfing lessons, remembered dreams and unexpected meetings with friends from home all ensue. But while Steve struggles to deal with his own grief and potentially gestating madness, he begins to suspect that Kip is wrestling with his own demons that Kip refuses to reveal-stressing their relationship to the breaking point. But as Kip's best friend, Steve cant imagine neither the depth of Kip's deception r the terrible secret he is hiding. Filled with raw emotional power and vivid images of the surrounding landscapes, The Siren's Call is an unforgettable story of two friends trying to cope with profound grief the best way they kw how and make sense out of a senseless personal tragedy. The sirens are calling. Read this book.
- Author(s)Matthew S. Urdan
- Date of Publication06/01/2012
- SubjectGeneral & Literary Fiction
- Place of PublicationBloomington
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight483 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine18 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
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