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Austin Nights

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Author: Michael Davidson

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When the allure of graduate school forces Bridget and Michael to leave their home in Miami Beach and hit the road for Austin, the open-eyed transplants are suddenly sans furniture and bed. With their books still packed inside a one-bedroom sublet, the young lovers explore their new location. Confronted with crazed library patrons, intoxicated vagabonds, and mentally unstable neighbors, they quickly learn just how true the slogan is: KEEP AUSTIN WEIRD. Safety becomes an issue. Michael hatches a plan that takes them to an unlikely spot for a chance at making dreams come true. What he doesn't anticipate is a black swan event that ultimately strengthens their love. Resonant characters abound in this work of literary fiction that knows the importance of being irrational.

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