What A Fool Believes

What A Fool Believes

by John Horak


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Think class reunions are boring, you're wrong, maybe dead wrong!

On August 18, 2018, members of the Sac Prairie High School graduating class of 1973 gathered to celebrate their 45th reunion. This was to be the last class reunion given how polarized the class remained in the aftermath of a vindictive senior year prank perpetrated during the Homecoming Pep Rally. Unbeknownst to the attendees, the foreign exchange student, a renowned Al Qaeda terrorist with unbridled hatred for his former classmates, aimed to ensure that this was the last reunion courtesy of the explosive conclusion to the evening he had meticulously planned. What A Fool Believes provides a complete account of the shocking events of this infamous international terrorism incident delivering the most accurate intimate perspective as told by surviving participants. Join the Class Clown, the IT girl, the Stoner, the BMOC, Miss Congeniality, the Guitar Man, the Mr. Megabucks, the love-struck Farmer, the Gossip Girl and a host of others to learn this amazing story told by memories associated with songs of their senior year. What A Fool Believes is a riveting story of complexity, human interaction, the power of love, heartbreak, loss, the battle between good versus evil, enduring hope and ultimately, redemption. “Everything will be all right” is the motto espoused by the deep thinker of the class but will it be? Or....is this just what a fool believes?

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Format: 6 x 9 Black & White Paperback, 235 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Jul 15, 2021)
ISBN10: 1977244122
ISBN13: 9781977244123
Genre: FICTION / Literary

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John Horak John Horak’s second novel, What A Fool Believes, depicts the effects of the infamous international terrorism incident of August 18, 2018 within a small Wisconsin community. Like his debut novel, “Midnight Concessions”, this story is told via memories associated with special songs holding great significance in our lives. John drew upon his lifelong experience of small town Wisconsin community life to bring this story to life.
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