NEW YORK, April 8, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- J. Gottshall
has completed his new book "The Wanderers: A Summer Journey": a
stirring tale of love, loss, fear, and hope.
Gottshall writes, "The need to get somewhere, or get away from
something, will bring six unlikely traveling companions together
for a cross-country summer road trip. The summer journey will take
them from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean, from
Texas to New England, from a small
community in Nevada to the crowded
streets of New York City. It will
bring chances to see new places and experience new things.
The trip is how one of the wanderers will spend his remaining
days. The rest of the group will be in a period of transition as
their lives change.
Their wandering will not only bring change, but also freedom,
love, anger, sadness, pain, death, fear, and unwanted fame.
The wanderers will learn from each other to look at life
The diverse group will find that the problem of getting along
with each other will be one of the easier challenges of the
They have few destinations and plenty of time to reach them and get
into trouble along the way. Traveling can be dangerous, as each of
the six will learn firsthand as they get in and out of deadly
They will see their travel plans change as few things go as
expected and unforeseen problems come up.
The wanderers will put aside their own problems as they are
drawn into a tragedy and find themselves assisting others in
dealing with their grief and heartache.
They will explore historic sites and museums and look at their
own pasts, and some will get a surprise from the past.
The wanderers must keep in mind the future as they head toward it.
Some of the group must make decisions that can affect the rest of
their lives and those around them."
Published by Page Publishing, J. Gottshall's tale offers a fresh
look at what modern teens may face as they venture into the world
to find their paths in life. With unexpected adventures and
dangers, join the Wanderers as they attempt to navigate their way
From West Coast to East Coast, the story within these pages is
sure to keep you guessing.
Readers who wish to experience this intriguing work can purchase
"The Wanderers: A Summer Journey" at bookstores everywhere, or
online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes
For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page
Publishing at 866-315-2708.
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