A tragic car accident, and two brothers are left to cope. No one seems to notice that the boys are left alone; the older one takes care of the younger, and the years drag on.
Then she arrives. She is lost like them, and she glides into their lives almost imperceptibly. They are almost a family. Almost.
When she suddenly disappears, what else can they do but get in the car and search? The brothers don't agree on much lately, but this is unquestionable: no one could need her as much as they do.
About the author
Sabrina Uswak holds an MSc with distinction in creative writing from the University of Edinburgh and MA with distinction in digital publishing from Oxford Brookes University. She was as a prose editor for FreeFall and filling Station magazines before joining Loft on EIGTH press. Her recent flash fiction can be found through the Calgary Central Library's short story dispenser. Currently, she lives and works in Calgary, where she was born and raised.
"-heartbreaking and intimate family portrait, a mystery, and road trip epic all in one- culminating in a conclusion that will stay with you long after the last page. All the Night Gone is a stunning debut from a talented young writer who shows a sophistication and mastery of language beyond her years." Silvia Pikal, editor/co-founder of New Forum literary magazine. Silvia Pikal is the editor/co-founder of New Forum literary magazine.