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Blind Luck Dave Bolden s life feels like it s on repeat He works his eight hours at a boutique accounting firm, goes home, gets drunk and wakes up the next day to go back to work with a hangover But his life changes when an eighteen wheel truck crashes through the front windows of his workplace, killing everyone except him Shortly after the accident, he is approached by an eccentric businessman, Mr Thorrin, who interprets Dave s survival as luck and sets out to exploit what he perceives as a gift Mr Thorrin wants Dave to participate in gambling, stock manipulation and extreme betting, all based on this belief Complicating Dave s life further is his strained relationship with his father, a lifelong compulsive gambler The he interacts with his father, the he realizes a series of events from his childhood support the theory that he is unusually lucky What transpires is a series of extreme tests of luck, orchestrated by the very mysterious Mr Thorrin The Dave denies that he is lucky, the he finds himself in situations that make it appear that he is As the stakes rise both financially and personally, Dave is left to decide whether his run of good fortune is a gift or a curse. New Read Blind Luck [ By ] Scott Carter [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. If you were lucky, really lucky, would you know it Not the kind of luck we all feel we find every now and then, such as catching all green lights on the way to work Rather the type of luck when you just can t lose, at anything, day after day Would you notice it, or would it be like everything else good in life, we just start to take it all for granted This is the basic underlying premise of Scott Carter s outstanding debut novel, Blind Luck.Dave Bolden is an unassuming type of guy He s yo If you were lucky, really lucky, would you know it Not the kind of luck we all feel we find every now and then, such as catching all green lights on the way to work Rather the type of luck when you just can t lose, at anything, day after day Would you notice it, or would it be like everything else good in life, we just start to take it all for granted This is the basic underlying premise of Scott Carter s outstanding debut nove...

  2. A debut novel worth reading David Bolden is late getting into work, with one hell of a hangover While in the bathroom trying to get himself together, a horrific accident kills everyone in the office leaving him the sole survivor Survivor s guilt and memories keep him awake, but he doesn t dwell on them.Enter Thorrin, a rich man who does what he wants, when he wants He s absolutely positive that David is good luck, and is determined to prove it Through a series of near life threatening even A debut novel worth reading David Bolden is late getting into work, with one hell of a hangover Whi...

  3. The author was kind enough to send me a leftover promo copy of the book, which is very much appreciated The essence of the book is that Dave Bolden arrives late to work one day, hungover from the night before, and while in the restroom at the back of his office, an 18 wheeler comes barreling through the front of his business, killing everyone but Bolden.Enter some rich gentlemen who decided that Bolden is extremely lucky, so they keep pushing him into situations where his luck is tested and the The author was kind enough to send ...

  4. What a unique and unusual book I didn t know what to expect when starting this debut novel Blind Luck, by Scott Carter drew me in from page one and kept me nervously on the edge of my seat With scenes alternating between past and present, the reader is drawn into the life of Dave Bolden, of his father who is a compulsive gambler and how one tragic event seemingly changes his whole perception of who he is and what is to come.Who among us doesn t wonder if luck or fate plays a role in the outco What a unique and unusual book I didn t know what to expect when starting this debut novel Blind Luck, by Scott Carter drew me in from page one and kept me nervously on the edge of my seat With scenes alternating between past and present, the reader is drawn into the life of Dave Bolden, of his father who is a compulsive gambler and how one tragic event seemingly changes his whole perception of who he is and what is to come.Who among us doesn t wonder if luck or fate plays a role in the outcome of our lives As the stakes and dangers increase, with luck and risk running hand in hand, so did my anxiety Though some may find parts implausible, it was an interesting read The ending was a bit abrupt for me but left me pondering whether it is our perception of fate or luck that in fact plays a factor in determining our own luck and how that affects our lives Is it luck, fate, chance Or is changing our luck simply a ...

  5. So, I met Scott Carter here on Goodreads in the group I Love Canadian Authors , and so glad I did Blind Luck is Scott s first novel and I must say I had my usual reservations about first novels I worried that it would be so boring or perhaps riddled with errors that I d struggle with my reviewwhat a relief.Blind Luck is a suspense filled read that keeps you biting your nails from start to finish I had trouble putting it down His characterization is amazing, the protagonist, David Bolden So, I met Scott Carter here on Goodreads in the group I Love Canadian Authors , and so glad I did Blind Luck is Scott s first novel and I must say I had my usual reservations about first novels I worried that it would be so boring or perhaps riddled with errors that I d struggle...

  6. I liked the originality of this book, and the fact that the writing is of literary quality without losing a sense of excitement and anticipation that kept me turning the pages I ve long been interested in the role luck plays in our lives, so I was p...

  7. I thought this book had an interesting premise It did not disappoint I was satisfied with the progression of the protagonists journey and I really liked the ending I m definitely going to recommend to my friends who like books with a unique perspective.

  8. Not bad

  9. Blind Luck is the first Scott Carter novel that I have read I like that it is unusual The approach and the plot are out of the box Well worth the read.

  10. First off, Mr Carter is a phenomenal English teacher I was in his class the year this book got published and was fortunate to get one of the first batches of this book It was a great read, very fresh as an idea and grounded writing He incorporated in his writing all the principles he taught us, and even after reading it years after leaving his class, I am reminded of the fun and inspirational lessons he taught us about writing and literature and how to tell a story It tells the tale of a l First off, Mr Carter is a phenomenal English teacher I was in his class the year this book got published and was fortunate to get one of the first batches of this book It was a great read, very fresh as an idea and grounded writing He incorporated in his writing all the principles he taught us, and even after reading it years after leaving his class, I am reminded of the fun and inspirational lessons he taught us about...