The Piano Player

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Mike Jonas broke a promise. Greek muse of music, Euterpe, gave him fame and fortune in return for his complete devotion. When a new love enters his life, Euterpe strikes. She kidnaps Mike’s fiancée Megan and threatens her life unless Mike proves that he still belongs to her. In his quest to fulfill Euterpe’s test, Mike is shaken to his core and all he holds as true is questioned. More

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About Russell Fellows

Russell J. Fellows is a writer whose work includes multiple genres, but with one consistent focus: Hope. He has published several short stories with online magazines Ray Gun Revival and Bohemian Alien, and with the print anthology Thousand Faces.

Russell’s desire is simply to bring hope through story. The world is full of pain, fear, and hate, but it doesn’t have to be. With the powerful vehicle of story, hope can transform the life of a person, or an entire community.

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Review by: Kelly Griffiths on Nov. 2, 2017 :
The Piano Player conveys one of my favorite Biblical themes, that of free will. An intense journey-- both physically and spiritually-- to find and save his fiancee brings Mike Jonas face to face with some of the deepest regrets and hurts of his life. Jonas' questionings are universal: why God? why me? why this way? The message is one of hope and authentic faith, but getting to that place can be messy. This story delivers on the reality of questioning God.
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