16 Apr 2014

Hunter S. Jones: September Again

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According to Cherokee beliefs, opportunity will bless you twice.

September Again, second in the series, September Stories, is the follow up to the hugely popular indie sensation, September Ends. September Again finds Liz Snow Savage leaving England. She follows her daughter Zelda Savage back to America after Zelda’s betrayal of her. More drama ensues as Liz looks for meaning in life while Zelda finds her direction after the tragedy of losing Jack O. Savage, The Poet. Set mainly in Chattanooga, Tennessee, September Again chronicles the rhythm of life’s cycles. The ebb and flow of love unravel the mystery of Liz’s past. September Again allows a further glimpse into the intricate web of passion and desire which have entangled Liz Snow, Pete Hendrix and Jack O. Savage for years. Will a chance encounter finally reveal the truth? What act will change the destiny of Liz and Zelda forever? The story of sin, salvation and redemption continues in Book 2 of the September Stories, told through a mosaic of prose with a smattering poetry. 

“September Again” by Hunter S. Jones is a beautiful, bitter sweet and also magical novel about love and redemption. 

Zelda wishes her mother had been someone else, someone her father loved, but who died tragically 21 years ago. She rejects her mother and moves to the South of the US to get away; but her mother has her own truth to tell and follows her daughter.
The story is cleverly told, in wonderfully poetic prose, with great insight into the mindset of all characters. It unwraps gradually with some excellent scenes, holding the reader in a tight grip of emotional involvement and with unexpected turns of events and revelations. 
Jones shows with masterful empathy how we are prepared to hurt the ones we love and those who mean us no harm. The family dynamics, again happening in September, bring redemption to the characters, who struggle through the novel with awkward truths and difficult to fulfill, if not impossible desires. 6561688
A section of poems is perfectly placed into the stylish narrative that also includes some great diary entries, allowing for different angles, reflection and new perspectives.
The September series started with a strong opening, establishing a unique style of story telling, and this sequel has not let its predecessor down. A wonderful piece of poetic fiction.

The Book on your Amazon site: http://bookShow.me/B00JOQFCOU

Hunter’s website
written by
Christoph Fischer was born in Germany in 1970 as the son of a Sudeten-German father and a Bavarian mother. ‘The Luck of The Weissensteiners’ is his first published work. He has written several other novels which are in the later stages of editing and finalisation.

One Response to “Hunter S. Jones: September Again”

  1. Hunter S. Jones says:

    Thank you very much for the feature Christoph. What a very pleasant surprise. I am delighted that you enjoyed September Again.


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