A rock musician, famous for one hit song in 1983, vanishes without a trace. Due to his mysterious disappearance, his old albums begin to sell again, and there’s a movie in the works on his life.
But Chance Martin is not dead. In 2006, he arrives home from a gig, only to discover ten years have passed without him. His entire world has changed, but, inexplicably, he hasn’t aged a day.
And that’s when things get really strange...
Members of Charon’s Ferry, a band he played in before his short brush with fame, are stalking him. He doesn’t recognize his old bandmates, and he soon learns that all the members of Charon’s Ferry have long since died.
So who are these guys and why do they want him to rejoin Charon’s Ferry?
Faced with progressively more surreal circumstances, and with the help of a mysterious romance writer named Juliet, the normally unflappable Chance must navigate his strange new life without boarding Charon’s Ferry himself, once and for all.
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.72(d)|
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Table of Contents
1 - Tomorrow’s Comin’ Soon
2 - Where You Been, Man?
3 - Last Night At The Rocky Time Café
4 - Strange Toothbrushes
5 - We Had A Music Room
6 - Chance Martin, Secret Agent
7 - Supertramp
8 - Hades Bistro
9 - Home Is Where The Mom Is
10 - We’ll Always Have Starbucks
11 - A Little Faith
12 - Sorry You Missed The Shiva
13 - Is This A Date?
14 - Caller Unknown
15 - Albatross
16 - Rest In Peace, Chance
17 - Finding A Fortune
18 - Tell Me If You’ve Heard This One Before
19 - Welcome, Friend Of Chance
20 - For A Dead Guy, He Was In Marvelous Shape
21 - A Dead Brad Is Still A Dangerous Brad
22 - A Vague Plan
23 - Awfully Familiar
24 - Brad Was A Dick
25 - Old Ghosts
26 - Bang A Gong
27 - Swordfish
28 - Dream Kit
29 - Two Really Big Things
30 - ’Round Midnight, The Fog Came Rollin’ In…
31 - Hand Sandwich
32 - A Remarkable Coincidence
33 - A Shot in the Dark
Epilogue - She Came To Say Good-bye
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is amazing! I am a voracious reader, a former librarian, and Charon's Ferry by Gordon Abrams ranks right up there with all the best fiction. The characters are vividly imagined, and the author's voice resonates with adventure throughout the story. You will not be disappointed!