A Prayer for Dawn

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Bleak House Books, 2004 - Fiction - 213 pages
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The lives of a dozen people in Cincinnati, Ohio are inextricably linked in this unrelenting first novel by Nathan Singer. A publicist who writes checks to charities to relieve a guilty conscience, a convict who rants in an underground 'zine, an artist with a controversial portfolio, a runaway engaging in 'petty terrorism', and an eight year old girl named Dawn at the center of it all watch as the world falls down around them.

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User Review  - Christina - Goodreads

At first I really enjoyed the colorful language and characters, but I just didn't feel like this had a plot or a resolution. I felt like it ended so abruptly... Read full review

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User Review  - Aaron Ritchey - Goodreads

I asked Ben LeRoy the darkest book he's ever read. He immediately said A Prayer for Dawn. I read it and the book is dark. Nathan Singer has a dark mind, and yet, strangely hopeful. There is light in ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Singer, 27, is a novelist, playwright, composer, and experimental performing artist from Cincinnati, Ohio.

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