Lost in Rooville by Ray Blackston
A Novel

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Australia + Woman + Ring = ?

Jay Jarvis is pondering commitment. But his math is getting complicated. Can he survive a trip from the beach to the Outback with his cluster of crazy friends? Or will the allure of a wild roo-chase spoil his perfectly calculated plans?

Ray Blackston's back with more side-splitting humor, unconventional characters, and electrifying dialogue.

The Buzz on Blackston

"Simultaneously serious, hilarious, and impossible to put down."--The Dallas Morning News

"Refreshingly honest. As charming as Bridget Jones's Diary from the male point of view."--Library Journal

"A fun, lighthearted and thoroughly enjoyable 'relational gumbo' of a novel."--CCM magazine

Armed with the knowledge that his second grade teacher always liked his stories and poems, Ray Blackston walked away from the corporate cubicle, bought a laptop, said a prayer, and began typing the first words of Flabbergasted. He does not recommend this method for the faint of heart.

About Ray Blackston

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Ray Blackston worked as a buyer and a broker for eleven years before cashing in his modest 401k and leaving his corporate cubicle to write full time. He serves on the missions committee of Grace Church, has traveled to rural Ecuador on a summer missions program, and coaches his nephew's T-ball team. The author of the popular summer hits Flabbergasted and A Delirious Summer, Ray lives in Greenville, South Carolina.
Published July 1, 2005 by Revell. 300 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In the final installment of his Flabbergasted trilogy, Blackston takes his characters on an Australian adventure.

Jun 13 2005 | Read Full Review of Lost in Rooville: A Novel

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This final installment of a trilogy of novels centered on Christian singles life, LOST IN ROOVILLE provides a satisfying if foregone conclusion to the events of the first two.

Jul 01 2005 | Read Full Review of Lost in Rooville: A Novel

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