Alan Gratz Book Talk and Signing Tickets
Oct 7 @ 2:00 pm

New York Times bestelling author Alan Gratz will be celebrating the launch of his latest young adult novel, Grenadewith a book talk and signing at Fiction Addiction on Sunday, October 7th at 2pm. This event is FREE and open to the public, but please RSVP to Fiction Addiction if you plan to attend.

GrenadeIt’s 1945, and the world is in the grip of war.

Hideki lives with his family on the island of Okinawa, near Japan. When WWII crashes onto his shores, Hideki is drafted into the Blood and Iron Student Corps to fight for the Japanese army. He is handed a grenade and a set of instructions: Don’t come back until you’ve killed an American soldier.

Ray, a young American Marine, has just landed on Okinawa. This is Ray’s first-ever battle, and he doesn’t know what to expect — or if he’ll make it out alive. He just knows that the enemy is everywhere.

Hideki and Ray each fight their way across the island, surviving heart-pounding ambushes and dangerous traps. But then the two of them collide in the middle of the battle…

And choices they make in that single instant will change everything.

Alan Gratz, New York Times bestselling author of Refugee, returns with this high-octane story of how fear and war tear us apart, but how hope and redemption tie us together.

Bob Strother Launch Party Tickets
Nov 15 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Bob Strother Launch Party

When: Wednesday, November 15th, 2018 from 5:30-7:30pm (DATE CHANGED)

Where: Fiction Addiction (1175 Woods Crossing Road)

Cost: FREE!

If You Cannot Make the Event

Pre-order signed books to be picked up after the event or shipped. Author is local and can personalize.

If You’re Attending the Event

Please RSVP to Fiction Addiction if you plan to attend. Bob will sign books, and refreshments will be served.

About Embers on the Wind

In 1942, America has joined the allied forces as the Second World War rages on the international front. When tragedy strikes at home, Louise fractures, and it’s up to friends and family to bring her back. As everyone fights for the future and clings desperately to hope, Louise wonders if hope is the cruelest torture of all.