Fate Ball

Fate Ball

By Adam Jones

Wisdom House

The book had me hooked from the first page. “It was a perfect day for a funeral.”

Of course, then you have to read on to find out who died and why. This well-written story weaves from past to present, sometimes skipping many years in the telling.

Able knows he has found true love at the age of 19, when he meets Ava at a fraternity party. Ava loves him, but there is something else she loves more. This wonderful yet gritty novel is filled with the pain of love and loss

Definitely a read that should be on your list.

Jones is working on a second novel. I’ll be looking forward to it!

Contact Faye Dasen at fdasen@thepilot.com or (910) 693-2475.

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