In a land where alligators once dined on Wonderbread, where chickens played pianos and monkeys rode on rockets, Fast Luck once met hard luck. More
Five-year old Charles Krebs fancies himself as fast. Though, he’s not as fast as he thinks. He’s lucky and hasn’t a clue as to how lucky. Charles is so lucky, his life could easily be described as the positive pole of a tiny, yet powerful little magnet. All good things seem to roll his way.
Charles is about to have a new experience. A fat dose of hard luck.
Zach Washington and his family are pickers, the traveling fruit and vegetable kind. They live on the other end of the magnet. Their lives are ones of simple survival and a much harder version of luck.
They too are about to experience something new. A rendezvous with a small package of Fast Luck.
Positive, please meet negative. Fast Luck against hard luck. Headed for each other like locomotives on rails.
on Sep. 18, 2013 :
Enjoyed the stories in the book. You asked for no bad reviews, but I must say you do need a proofreader. Still a very enjoyable story. Thanks. (review of free book)