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"D.J. Gelner, author of the insanely fun novel Jesus Was a Time Traveler once again hits a home run with his newest series, Hack...Needless to say I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Once again, the author proves that he has what it takes to convince even the most skeptical of us of his literary genius." -Dennis Berry, Reviews4Readers.com, on Hack: Innings 1-3
About the Author
Where do I start? Born and raised in St. Louis, graduated from Dartmouth in 2005 and the University of Virginia School of Law in 2008. Practiced law until 2011, when I quit to pursue my dream of writing. I caught on as the St. Louis Rams Reporter for insideSTL.com and did some radio work for 590 AM the Fan KFNS and 1380 AM the Fan 2. As soon as the (very trying for anyone following the Rams) 2011 NFL season ended, I started writing my novels. The insideSTL gig ended in June, and since then, I have focused all of my attention on my fiction. Other interesting stuff about me: I've forgotten how to ride a bike. I once swam so much over the course of a summer that my hair became green. I'm always fighting a three-pronged war between a paleo lifestyle and my love of wine and ice cream. And my dog, Sully, is like a big shih tzu, which is awesome. Feel free to email me at email@example.com, or follow me on twitter @djgelner.
I will be very honest that I am not a baseball fan. That being said, I grew up surrounded by a family of avid and almost fanatic baseball fans so I do know what goes on in a game. This book was MUCH MORE than just about baseball, it was the people that populated all of the pages that make this such a great book. The twists and turns taken by D.J. in his writing suprise, delight, and sadden you. D,J. writes with a maturity far beyond his years. Yes, baseball afficiandos will be highly entertained but observers of life will get just as much out of it and maybe more. I'm looking forward to many more offerings from this young author.