Jackson and his brother Artie are lost. Night creeps in and the rains come fast.
They seek refuge in a cave and find someone else already there.
Written with empathy, compassion and clarity, The Unmoving Sky seizes the reader and pulls him at will along bends and turns, into ravines and out again: in the deep woods at night and in the human psyche. The emotional journey is at times the most terrifying of all, both to the characters involved and to the reader. Bravo.