Literary Novel


All The Living And The Dead takes place at the North American University of Fine Arts that straddles two countries, the United States and Canada. Autumn Gilhain hopes that being a founding member of a student artistic society will give her music and her life direction, since both are floundering. At the same time, Quinn Gravesend, the greatest composer of the 20th century, suspects his career and creativity are drawing to a close. Over the course of nine months, Autumn and her fellow artists collide with Gravesend.


The characters struggle with their hopes and fears and eventually discover that only others can release them from the traps they've set for themselves.


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