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A young man, ignorant of his family legacy, begins experiencing his gifts and must face down a bully, love and loss, as well as end of the year exams; all while trying to find out just what is happening to him. Michael Keller has no idea the surprises his awakening powers have in store for him, or the other people watching his every move. Will Mike get the girl of his dreams and dodge the darkness awakening within him?
Businesswoman, philanthropist and author, Angie Ransome-Jones’ first book entitled “Path to Peace, A Guide to Managing Life After Losing a loved One" is receiving wide aclaim in the short time it has been on the shelves. The book chronicles her journey of finding peace after the devastating and sudden loss of her beloved father. Now she has made it her mission and ministry to help all those who going through the death of a loved one by providing emotional and as well as much needed financial advice, in order to cope.
I really wanted to like this book- and for like the first half or so of the stories, I did. But the endings, while twisty, were watered down by the fact that the stories felt too drawn out to be appreciated. Maybe that's just me- buy it and keep it for those days when you don't want to start another book.
Revised for Kindle, Nobody Bats a Thousand is a book of stories based on reality. The opening story, “A Bar Story”, showing a typical Friday night seen through the eyes of a middle-aged bartender, deals with conflicts that arise from changing times and generations. In “Home on the Range” a college student becomes reacquainted with his uncle, a famous touring musician, who teaches his nephew to look at life from a novel perspective. “Victims of Circumstance” centers on a young slacker and the 24 hours surrounding his 21st birthday in which he stumbles upon epiphanies about life, sex and his Vietnam veteran father. This book of literary fiction contains eight finely crafted stories about ordinary people involved in unique situations, presented in a style reminiscent of Raymond Carver, Richard Ford and David Sedaris.