Infidelity, drinking, work, lovers, family and friends— Channel Zero is a novel that deals with all of the compelling, provocative issues that we face every day. In the tradition of Raymond Carver, G.H. Thomason has written a moving, realistic portrait of Charlie and Linda Rivers and their friends as they struggle to make the right decisions and live with the consequences, when they don't. More
In the tradition of Raymond Carver, Channel Zero is a novel of working-class couples in middle-class America in the late 90s. Charlie and Linda Rivers and their friends struggle with issues of infidelity, race, drinking, and work in their daily lives. Conflicting loyalties to lovers, family, and friends pull at these characters, who are faced with tough decisions and serious consequences. G. H. Thomason's realistic, natural writing creates a world that seems familiar and characters that readers can care about.