Parts per Million
by Stoops Julia Author and Gabriel Liston Author
A fiery group of anti-war protesters in Portland, Oregon, take to the streets to uncover the truth veiled behind political propaganda. But after letting a photographer with a shady past join them, their alliances begin to unravel.
This fictional piece set in 2002 explores how reality collides with ideals, taking readers on a ride of risk, love, and tragedy. Raw and in your face with poignant interspersed imagery, Parts Per Million draws highlights the individual journey amid drastic societal change.
Author Julia Stoops's debut novel was a finalist for the PEN / Bellwether Prize for Socially Engaged Fiction.
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