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Punching at Fog

Punching at Fog

by Rob Silverman
Punching at Fog

Punching at Fog

by Rob Silverman



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To find yourself, you must be lost.

Pike Graves, a former boxer who suffers thanatophobia—fear of death—has done everything right. Degree from an Ivy League university, respectable job with a reputable newspaper, and always helping others. He wakes up one day to find himself middle-aged with nothing to show for a forgettable and unexciting existence.

He hasn't been living his life. Instead, his life has been living him.

With nothing and no one, regimented Pike sheds his skin and sets out on a cross-county pilgrimage to reconnect with a long-lost love from high school, Paige Rhodes, the one he believes is his destiny. She's his last chance at salvation.

To have a future, he must revisit his past.

Back home, his ex-girlfriend learns she's listed as beneficiary on one of his accounts. She stands to inherit a fortune if he's killed and promptly enlists the help of a past lover to hunt him down, thereby setting in motion a coast-to-coast pursuit.

As Pike tries to find himself, someone is trying to find him.

Pike learns life is not black and white but rather a gray mosaic. He uncovers truths about himself and his family. Nothing is as he remembers. Nothing is as it seems. The former boxer discovers that oftentimes the most painful blows in life are not the physical ones.

You can win...but still lose.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940163101313
Publisher: Black Opal Books
Publication date: 04/27/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 409 KB

About the Author

From his earliest memories, Rob Silverman had two dreams. One was to play Right Field in the majors, the other was to become a published author. Well, he ended up batting .500. His first foray into writing came in 2008 when he started blogging for a popular website. An avid reader, he spends his spare time yelling at the TV during the baseball season, listening to Bruce Springsteen and classic rock from the ’80s, re-watching all six seasons of LOST, or waiting for one of his two spoiled dogs to get out of his favorite chair so he can sit down.

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