Wrack and Ruin

(Fiction; Norton, 2008)


In Wrack and Ruin, Don Lee returns to Rosarita Bay, the fictional California hometown of his debut story collection, Yellow. Rosarita Bay is itself rather bland—we’re told that the weather is foggy and chilled and that the ocean pounds on one side, while on the other side fields (under threat from developers, of course) stretch to the nearest interstate—but in its coastal isolation, Rosarita Bay is home to burnouts of all stripes, a sort of Noah’s Ark of characters.

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