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Title: "Blue Light Project"
Other Titles: Reading of the "Blue Light Project"
Author: Taylor, Timothy
Subject Keywords IKBLC, Timothy Taylor, Vancouver
Issue Date: 2011-09-29
Publicly Available in cIRcle 2011-10-05
Series/Report no. Robson Reading Series
Abstract: In a very near future that is both familiar and troubling, three lives intersect in a time of crisis. A controversial talent show involving children is midway through taping when a man storms the television studio and takes over a hundred hostages. He’s armed with an explosive device, but expresses no motive and makes just one demand: an interview with journalist Thom Pegg. It’s a strange request, everyone agrees. A disgraced former investigative journalist, caught fabricating sources, Pegg is down on his luck and working for a lowly tabloid. Reluctant, but pressured by federal authorities, Pegg agrees to meet the hostage taker. So it is that Pegg learns why he was chosen and the horrifying truth of what the hostage taker is trying to achieve. Crowds of people congregate near the studio, anxiously waiting along with the outside world. In the confusing perfect storm of news and rumor, two people meet and forge an immediate connection. Eve is a former Olympic gold medalist and much loved local daughter, who jogs the streets at night, running from her own past glories. Rabbit is a secretive street artist working to complete a massive street art project, which involves installations on the rooftops of hundreds of buildings throughout the city. It’s a frightening time. Yet rising to its heart-stopping climax, The Blue Light Project surprises the city, and the reader, with the power of beauty and the unexpected sources of faith and light that may be found in even our darkest hours.
Affiliation: Irving K. Barber Learning Centre
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/37804
Peer Review Status: Unreviewed
Scholarly Level: Other

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