Troubador Luck

Released: 28/09/2020

ISBN: 9781800460003

eISBN: 9781838596118

Format: Paperback/eBook

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Luck

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Power is a dangerous thing in the wrong hands...


Luck is the story of Daniel – a man born with the gift of being able to influence others. He learns that he can both charm as well as destroy. As his ability grows, so does his craving for acceptance.

Once his ability is unleashed on the American political stage, Daniel finds that he no longer has to settle with charming the few. Now he can control the minds of the masses, as his own sanity descends into a tormented oblivion.

Well if you call that luck I don't want it. A gripping, thought evoking satire reminiscent of modern day America but with a twist. A twist we need. This is my second book by Chris Coppel and he is fast becoming a favourite. His books are well written, engaging and a well needed break from every day life. Can't wait for more.

by NetGalley review


Well if you call that luck I don't want it. A gripping, thought evoking satire reminiscent of modern day America but with a twist. A twist we need. This is my second book by Chris Coppel and he is fast becoming a favourite. His books are well written, engaging and a well needed break from every day life. Can't wait for more.

by NetGalley review


A modern political satire set in the USA.
Despite the darkness of this book it made me laugh out loud.
Daniel Trapp is born lucky, despite his parents dying a horrible death in Colorado.
His aunt and uncle take him back to L.A. to a life of luxury.
DT follows his mother into business but eventually makes his way into politics. Surrounded by Yes Men he grows to believe his own spin and craves more of everything.
Such a well written and fun satire on USA politics I read this straight through, wanting to know what becomes of Daniel.
This is such a well written, mythical and clever book

by NetGalley review


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