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3.6 of 5 stars 3.60  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Buckyball is a first person narrative. James Pissola tells the story of how one night of partying with his best friend in South Beach changed his life. 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 life-turns and James claims to have lived over ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published April 5th 2010 by Authorhouse
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Suzanne Fisher
I liked the book. I usually don't care for the first person perspective but this was interesting. Kept me guessing what was going to happen next. Would be a good mini-series or movie!!
I read this a couple years ago, and was just checking to see if Fabien Roy had written more books. I liked the book so much, that I had sent him a message about it, and he had told me about one of his ideas for one he would be writing, so I had hoped it would be available.

I really loved this story and I'm surprised that I didn't review it here. Here's my review, which is cross-posted on Amazon:

The pacing is absolutely perfect. The plot is unique and was extremely well-thought out. I can tell th
I really enjoyed this book. It takes you back to your twenties, hanging out with your friends and going clubbing. I had friends like these that acted that way. The book gets you all comfortable and then there is the twist. Wow. Not what I expected. I'd call it a Sci-Fi/urban fantasy if I had to put a label on it. Not easy to pin down. I think most anyone would enjoy reading along as the story unfolds. I love that the author shows the main character grow up and change and then change again. It's ...more
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