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Coffee and Fate

by:
R.J. Erbacher (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-5905-1 ©2010
Price: $11.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 134 pages
Category/Subject: FICTION / Science Fiction / General

A college girl that can move things without touch and an old man who can see certain people�s future, form a friendship that will save each other and possibly mankind.

Abstract:
Val is just a regular college student, with a unique ability to save people�s lives, having a drink in a coffee shop. Bud is an elderly gentleman who knows certain things that will happen to certain people and he knows something about Val�s future. When he sits down next to her and holds her hands it will start a friendship that both of them are desperate for. It will also set off a chain of events that will dramatically change both their lives, from the gunshot that�s just seconds away to a heroic battle with fate and death.

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Customer Reviews

  Good read , 05/17/2010
Reviewer: James
Coffee and Fate is a very nice story, a fast read. Grabs your attention from the start and keeps it through the whole book. A little bit of everything: sci-fi, mystery, drama, romance, action and one bang of a surprise ending with plenty of room left open for a sequeal. I recomend it.

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  Coffee and Fate , 10/01/2010
Reviewer: Tabasco
Great book. Read it from cover to cover - never put it down. The dilemma and decisions the characters face are truly stomach turning. It is a very wild ride with many unexpected twists. You will still be thinking about this book weeks after you read it.

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  If you could change the course of events, would you? , 12/31/2010
Reviewer: Julie Smith
There is a LOT packed into this small book. Val is a young college student, just hanging out for a bit at the Cup of Joe coffee shop, when a would-be robber comes in. Before she has time to really adjust to what is happening, her hand is stilled by Henry Stanfield (Bud), 73 years old. An unlikely friendship develops between the two, who each have their own powers, and there are some adventures as they go off to change the course of fate, and an unexpected occurrence that might throw you off, but keep reading .. and the power to change the course of the world ends up in their hands. That's all I'm going to say about the plot. This is a decidedly clever and absorbing read. It could stand a bit of polishing here and there, but this novella-sized book packs a wonderfully satisfying punch .. and a totally unexpected ending. Well worth the read. QUOTES "Watching other people's children is one thing; they go home at the end of the day. But when they're your own and you're up all night when they have a fever and are sick as a dog and you're worrying your head off if they're going to be all right and you hold and pamper them all night with no regard for your sleep and the next day when they feel better and want to go outside to play and you tell them no and they say 'I hate you' that's when you know what it's like to have kids." OK ... so that is the longest run-on sentence ever, and is not illustrative of how the book is written, but I had to use it because as a parent, I can definitely relate!

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