Life is more than just a feather in the wind… Young Beau Jamison is backed into a corner due to some poor choices in life. Desperate to find a better way, he is thrust into a winding journey that leads him through the Midwest and beyond to an unexpected collision with faith and death that changes everything. Along the way he is influenced by a host of people and places, including a wise old friend nearing the end of his days, a beautiful, spirited young woman who captures his heart, and the soft, quiet whisper of the great outdoors. Rearview Sunset is an exciting tale of destiny, miracles, and many second chances that will engage your mind and memory, stir your spirit, and warm your heart.

Fiction, December 2009, 265 pages soft-cover, $14.00 ISBN 978-0-9883321-0-2

 

 

reviews

“Rearview Sunset, a novel by Wisconsin author Brett Champan, is a retrospective look at the life of Beau Jamison. It can also initiate a retrospective look at the reader’s life. Beautifully written…I expect we will see more from this Wisconsin author. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and predict it will be a winner.”
—Joyce Laabs, The Lakeland Times, Minocqua, WI  full article

“I really enjoyed reading Rearview Sunset. It has a great blend of emotions – it will make you laugh, cry, smile, and reflect on your own life and the path you took to get where you are today. Champan blends personal experience with fiction and the result is an inspirational and relatable book.”
—Amanda Veldboom, Freelance Writer for Peninsula Pulse, Door County, WI,  full article

“Mr. Champan’s work is refreshing in an age of violence and difficult times, uplifting in both style and substance. Set in Wisconsin’s north, both the physical and spiritual landscape are engaging and compelling. If you like Mitch Albom’s work, the novel The Shack by William Paul Young, or the works of Nicholas Sparks (The Notebook, Message in a Bottle), you will enjoy this book.”
—Carol Lee, PhD, Professor Emerita, Wisconsin Public Library Director