Field of Vision

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American photographer Jake Mayfield finds racial trouble and multiple passions on a beautiful Caribbean island. A surprising literary adventure story of sex, war, art, love, travel and survival. More

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About Michael Jarvis

Michael Jarvis was born on an air force base and traveled regularly, living as a child in Guam, Georgia, and England. He graduated from Florida International University and lives in Miami, scouting locations for various film projects and writing fiction.

His short story, American Kestrel, was published in The Secret of Salt: An Indigenous Journal (Key West) in 2008.


Review by: GB Davies on Jan. 06, 2014 :
From the moment I picked up this book I was captured by a world viewed through American photographer Jake Mayfield’s eyes.
The book is riveting and I could not put it down until the final word had been consumed. The scenes are described using carefully crafted words creating a vivid scene almost as if the reader was sitting in front of a screen watching in vivid Technicolor.
If you are in the mood to be transported from your stress ridden mundane world to a tropical island where a personal vendetta and resultant miniature war play out, then this is your read. The story is packed full of sex, art, love, travel and survival.
I have read this book twice and can thoroughly recommend that you invest a portion of your life engrossed in this story.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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