Negative energy haunts the nameless Narrator, who’s been on the run for twelve years. A convicted killer on the loose, he has no one left to rely on and no place to call home, so he heads west.
“Those who will remember will say it’s all my fault.”
He has no control of what he’s capable of and does his best to avoid any type of confrontation at all costs.
Words are said, things are done. Friends turn into enemies.
“They call me a monster.”
Just as he’s about to reach his destination, his past starts catching up quickly.
Great Book!Nowhere,Az starts off suspenseful and kept me guessing from beginning to end.I would love to read more from the author.I recommend to anyone who starts to read this to allow yourself enough time because you will not want to put it down.
About Chris Nunley:
Chris Nunley has been writing ever since he could put a pen to paper.
In tenth grade, he wrote a spec episode of “Seinfeld” for his creative writing class, and realized that writing wasn’t an assignment, it was a passion. He went on to write several other screenplays, including an adaptation of Albert Camus’ “The Stranger.”
Chris graduated with a degree in Screenwriting from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, then went on to work for the television show “MADtv” as a Writers’ Assistant as well as selling material as a Contributing Writer.
His first novel “Nowhere, AZ” – a story about karma and its implications, as well as his second novel “The Pouch – A Story About Sacking Up” are both available for purchase as paperbacks or for a Kindle device at Amazon.com.