Published by Wrecking Ball Press, the book is about the exploits of the deeply flawed TV star Kieran Falcon who’s instructed by the fortuneteller (and notary) Madame Bernstein to assemble a team of four to help him find true love or else be forgotten forever. The problem is, the cards say he only has two weeks. At breakneck speed, Falcon and his team meet a cast of charactPublished by Wrecking Ball Press, the book is about the exploits of the deeply flawed TV star Kieran Falcon who’s instructed by the fortuneteller (and notary) Madame Bernstein to assemble a team of four to help him find true love or else be forgotten forever. The problem is, the cards say he only has two weeks. At breakneck speed, Falcon and his team meet a cast of characters who may or may not teach them everything they need to know. There are swords in stones at ski resorts, inspirational speakers dressed in Christmas sweaters in April and former pop stars who stay at home smashing glass with baseball bats....
|Title||:||The Heart Goes Boom|
|Number of Pages||:||210 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Heart Goes Boom Reviews
Still depressed about the election? Can't find anything funny to read? The Heart Goes Boom will get you out of your melancholia.Kieran Falcon is your lovable actor who you've you probably seen on the Lifetime Movie Channel and don't forget that Oxygen movie with Hillary Duff. He is told by a fortune teller that he has to find true love or else. This leads him to find a young writer, a Magician with no heart, and a Wise Man. Throw in the self proclaimed the King of Love, a former talk show host, a TV therapist whose speciality is zoology, an artist remincient of Lilli Taylor's character in Say Anything, and an assistant fond of a PBS travel show, and your heart might just go Boom as well.
Green continues to swing a hot bat each time he steps up to the literary plate. "The Heart Goes Boom" takes you on a journey you don't want to end. The characters are so well defined, the plot beyond original and the laughs had on seemingly every page were genuine. My wish as a fan of Mr. Green's tremendous works, is that this brilliant mind keep churning out hit after hit, year in and year out so that we readers can continue to find solace in the pages of original classics.
If you remember how you felt when you were young and you fell in love with a book, how you couldn't believe how much you loved each page, how it just charmed and delighted you, made you a bit giddy, dazzled you...The Heart Goes Boom will remind you that not only do we read to know we are not alone, as C.S. Lewis put it, but also because, as we do with this wonderful novel, we stumble into immeasurable joy.