“Ozarks at Large” Interview about “Going Gone”

This interview was recorded last week as part of the station’s “Ozarks at Large” program that features local artists, authors, and events. I was extremely honored to have been asked to do this interview, and was quite pleased that the interviewer, station news director Kyle Kellams, took an interest in my anthology. He had some interesting questions for me, and though I was a bit nervous … Continue reading “Ozarks at Large” Interview about “Going Gone”

Reader’s Favorite – Book Review

Going Gone by Abraham Lopez is a unique novel, a single story with deep layers. A tragedy strikes, the assassination of one man in the Middle East, and the lives of different people go spiraling out of control. Readers encounter a CIA agent, the military, and a host of other characters, including seemingly ordinary people, as they struggle to reconnect the dots and get an understanding of events in a world spiraling out of control. But who is behind the assassination? The killing of Saiid will rouse the most powerful and resourceful anti-Western groups in the Persian Gulf region. And who is responsible for this tragedy? Can the retired CIA director, now living with a terminal condition, fathom it out? Continue reading Reader’s Favorite – Book Review

Editorial Review – Going Gone

Originally posted on The Book Review Directory:
? Title: Going Gone Author: Abraham Lopez Genre: Anthology/Alternate History Going Gone reads as a collection of short-story snapshots of what happens to a variety of Americans after a pivotal leader in the Middle East is assassinated and the blame is placed on the United States. Covering the despair, power plays, and religious fervor such an event could… Continue reading Editorial Review – Going Gone