The Flats

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John Reynolds just wanted to be left alone. After surviving the World Trade Center bombing and the Long Island Rail Road shooting, he thought he might be left alone in Cleveland. For 18 years things were quiet, until the City and the mafia decided that no man should be an island...
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  • Category: Fiction » Urban
  • Words: 94,250
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301450398
About Jt Kalnay

JT Kalnay is an attorney and an author. He has been an athlete, a soldier, a professor, a programmer, an Ironman, and mountain climber. JT now divides his time between being an attorney, being an author, and helping his wife chase after seven nieces and nephews.

JT was born and raised in Belleville, Ontario, Canada. Growing up literally steps from the Bay of Quinte, water, ice, fishing, swimming, boating, and drowning were very early influences and appear frequently in his work.

Educated at the Royal Military College, the University of Ottawa, the University of Dayton,and Case Western Reserve University, JT has spent countless hours studying a wide range of subjects including math, English, computer science, and law. Many of his stories are set on college campuses.

JT is a rock climbing guide and can often be found atop crags in West Virginia, Kentucky, California, Texas, New Mexico, Mexico, and Italy. Rock climbing appears frequently in his writing.

JT has witnessed firsthand many traumatic events including the World Trade Center Bombing, the Long Island Railroad Shooting, a bear attack, a plane crash, and numerous fatalities, in the mountains and elsewhere. Disasters, loss, and confronting personal fear are common themes in his writing.

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Scott Skipper reviewed on July 7, 2013

A loner, not good in relationships, has his life complicated by larger than life events completely beyond his control. He retreats to the derelict confluence of the Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie in the heart of decaying Cleveland. There he insulates himself for eighteen years until the world begins to creep into his rustbelt fortress. The Flats is a story of wrestling with demons both internal and external and how one engaging survivalist deals with them. Written in a bold, multi-viewpoint style, The Flats jumps off the starting line and never looks back. This may be JT Kalnay's best to date and that is a pretty big statement.
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)
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