Andrew F. Sullivan

Waste

Andrew F. Sullivan

Andrew-Sullivan---Book-Cover---Waste-webAndrew F. Sullivan’s debut short story collection All We Want is Everything was one of The Globe and Mail’s Best Books of 2013. Waste is his first novel, which the Globe and Mail called a “brutal, mesmeric debut” and CBC Books declared “one of the most violent novels CanLit has ever seen.” Sullivan is originally from Oshawa, Ontario, and now makes his home in Toronto.

Waste

Set in 1989, in a city on the brink of violence and utter economic collapse, unlikely passengers Jamie Garrison and Moses Moon hit a lion at 50 miles an hour. Both men stumble away from the freak accident unharmed, but neither reports the bizarre incident. But somewhere out there in the dark, a man is still looking for his lion. His name is Astor Crane, and he has never really understood forgiveness.

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