Wet Season by Raven Davies
PlanetTerra Journals Volume I

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Adventure begins when Trevor Sloane, a legendary photographer, and Phoenix Thornton-Jones, a fledgling journalist, accept a remarkable job: to focus on an average person’s opinion on the rectification of world problems. Sloane soon falls into the younger man’s mystery, as he grows aware of the idiosyncrasies of his new partner, leading to wild speculation over the accident. WET SEASON is an adventure of two men able to change world opinion, with freedom to express their provocative thoughts in a high-priced magazine. Through stunning images by Trevor, and poetic words of Phoenix, they investigate the Brazilian rainforest, where their love and anger, discovery and danger, change continually. Their conclusions are radical, as hope turns to despair and disgust turns to enlightenment, ending in an impasse with work and their romance, while success or failure looms as dark as the clouds during the wet season in Amazonia.

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Published December 6, 2011 by Raven Davies. 330 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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