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Browne (Breathers) unleashes the irresistible tale of Fabio Delucci, who's getting tired of his job as Fate. It's a grind, working the Fate Radar and the Fate Generator program and reporting to Jehovah--known here as Jerry--who believes Fate's work has grown sloppy. Even his no-contact romance with Destiny has become distinctly unfulfilling. Then he falls in forbidden love with human Sara Griffen, and once he reveals his true self to her, their relationship is drastically transformed, and, naturally, big consequences threaten to crush him. Fabio provides an appealing commentary on the hazards of immortality, the uncertainty of destiny, and the lengths people will go for love, all wrapped up in a cute, funny package. (Nov.) (c)
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Mr. Browne's Fated is such a unique and entertaining read. I got a kick out of the many characters who have such names and personalities as Gluttony, Destiny and Karma. Read morePublished 5 months ago by JBib
Can't get enough of his work. The thing abut S.G. Browne is he's brilliant and funny. Had me at Breathers.Published 6 months ago by Joaquin Murrieta
In "Fated" the personified Fate, also known as Fabio, falls in love with a mortal.
S.G. Browne is one of those authors that wants to provoke. Read more
I was excited to read this book. I thought it was going to be funny and have a lovey dovey ending. I was, of course, wrong. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Rebecca
A very funny book. Years ago I did read "The Nightlife of the Gods" - so I ordered this book expecting the same kind of book. Read morePublished 15 months ago by HJG Block
This book is so original! I've never read anything like it. S.G Browne is a wonderful author and this book bumped him onto my list of favorite authors.Published 16 months ago by Alex Draper
This is one of those books I would describe as "Brain Candy". It's a fun escape from reality. Very good book. I would recommend it.Published 17 months ago by Ken Tabulog