James Pesola tells the story of how one night of partying in South Beach with his best friend changed his life forever. Listening to a specific song always transports him back to the same time and place which happens to be the Miamillennium nightclub in Miami. These flashback moments are called lifeturns and James claims to have lived over one hundred and seventy-one of them, some lasting between 13 and 26 years.
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
I love receiving books that are different, something you don't usually find on your B&N shelf, and BUCKYBALL was that book for me this spring. This self-pubbed novel is a reminder of old Twilight Zone episodes, and I really want to see this as a skewed indie film.
Some parts of the book move a bit slow, and others actually could have used more detail, but otherwise I really liked it. This is proof that self and indie pubbed authors are the future of literature. I think Mr. Roy is an author to look out for in the future. He made a genre-defying book that almost makes you feel high as you read, sans drugs.
4/5--an excellent, twisty, strange novel.
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