Jul 22, 2020
It’s the summer of 1898, and you’re a teenage boy, ready to brave an adventure to Alaska to take on a slew of brutal, greedy adversaries, all hungry for gold. So goes the very journey at the heart of Neil Perry Gordon’s “Hope City”.
A prolific and respected historical fiction novelist, Neil has written several other books, including “Moon Flower” and “The Righteous One”, “A Cobbler’s Tale”, and “The Bomb Squad”. His swift-moving novels balance plot and character, action and ambiance.
Here you’ll also learn of Neil’s writing method, which he describes as organic, meaning he begins with a general storyline rather than any strict outline. This makes him the “first reader”, surprised as any other by the surprising twists and turns that have become a hallmark of his stories.
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