WATER (2020)

WATER JenniferWilson WATER City reporter Freja Folsom wants nothing to do with the environmental story she s been assigned But a man who illegally dropped a well in to the city s aquifer leads Freja to the passionate showdown b
  • Title: WATER
  • Author: JenniferWilson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Paperback
WATER JenniferWilson City reporter Freja Folsom wants nothing to do with the environmental story she s been assigned But a man who illegally dropped a well in to the city s aquifer leads Freja to the passionate showdown between farmers, government workers, worried citizens, and the sexy head of the Water Works utility Suddenly, the poisoned water of Iowa seems like the story that might saveCity reporter Freja Folsom wants nothing to do with the environmental story she s been assigned But a man who illegally dropped a well in to the city s aquifer leads Freja to the passionate showdown between farmers, government workers, worried citizens, and the sexy head of the Water Works utility Suddenly, the poisoned water of Iowa seems like the story that might save Freja s life and revive the spirit of the state she loves before it gives up and becomes Mississippi Okay, so maybe it s not that fictional This novel pairs multiple award winning journalist and author Jennifer Wilson with iconoclast Midwest retail giant RAYGUN in a unique new genre of breaking news overlaid with fictional drama in this illustrated limited edition book.
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One thought on “WATER

  1. MsBrie

    First let me digress for a moment The musical Caberet used a tawdry nightclub and a doomed romance to convey a dark political reality that of the danger of Nazi Germany Now, back to Water The novel, Water, similar to Cabaret, features politics and romance, in order to tell a an salient political story This story, of course, is not of Nazi Germany, but of the unintentional, but preventable, poisoning of much of Iowa s drinking water I really enjoyed exploring Iowa with the protagonist, Freja Fols [...]

  2. Jan Blazanin

    Freja Folsom loves her job as reporter in Des Moines, but she s not the least bit interested in the story her editor pushes on her She s convinced nobody will read an article, much less a series, about water quality in Iowa When she s given the option of writing the story or losing her job, Freja reluctantly takes the assignment As she delves into the issue, she meets a chemist who has illegally tapped into the city s aquifer He d be a great source, but he refuses to grant her an interview, even [...]

  3. Christine

    Well done, Jennifer A well written story, with likable characters and an interesting, informational story to tell.

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