Book signing by Christopher Fahy, of his new release Gone From the Game, also The Christmas Star, at the Beyond the Sea Book Festival at Lincolnville Beach, Friday, July 25th, from 1:00 – 3:00.

By Beyond the Sea | Jul 15, 2014

About Gone From the Game:  The year is 1928, and the Philadelphia Athletics are on the verge of supplanting the New York Yankees as the greatest baseball team the sport has ever known. How much easier their job would be if something catastrophic should befall the Yank's star player, Babe Ruth. Which it will, if Ruth's former minor league roommate and nemesis, embittered, shell-shocked World War I veteran Nick Hudson—who sometimes hears voices and sees things that don't exist—can execute his warped and devious plan.


About The Christmas Star:  The Christmas Star is Christopher Fahy's heartwarming holiday story about a man in a unique position to discover what life is truly about. Wealthy developer Russell Dodge is rescued from an accident by a family that doesn't have much, but indeed has everything. A tale of hope, love and humanity illustrated with twelve full-page original illustrations by artist Cortney Skinner.


About the Author:  Christopher Fahy is the author of collections of short stories and poetry, and eight novels. He won the 1987 Maine Arts Commission Fiction Competition, judged by Mary McCarthy, with his chapbook of stories, One Day in the Short Life of Anna Banana. In 1999 he won a Grand Prize in the International Poetry Competition sponsored by Atlanta Review. Also in 1999 he published Limerock: Maine Stories. Fever 42, a novel, was published in 2002, and the novel Breaking Point in 2004.  Fahy lives with his wife,  children's book author Davene Fahy, on the coast of Maine.


“Christopher Fahy is a Wonderful Writer.” - Stephen King.


"Christopher Fahy's...novels are always original ideas, well-crafted and poignant, with subtle lessons that reveal much about human nature, self-awareness and responsibility."

"'Gone from the Game' is a unique morality play, pitting a man's desire for revenge against his sense of right and wrong... Loaded with baseball history, with a full roster of star players in real games, this thoughtful tale offers exciting sports entertainment as well as a compelling and inspirational human drama."--Bushnell on Books, The Kennebec Journal/Waterville Sentinel



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