The Pitcher on Amazon Bestseller List for Hispanic Fiction

Aug 13, 2013 by

The story of a Mexican American boy with a  golden arm who gets coached by broken down World Series Pitcher to make the highschool team has stayed on the top 100 Bestseller list for Hispanic fiction on Amazon.

The Pitcher, is a classic story of baseball, the price of dreams, and the lessons of life. A mythic baseball story about a broken down World Series Pitcher is mourning over the death of his wife and an underprivileged Mexican-American boy who lives across the street and wants to learn to pitch. This is a mainstream contemporary novel about dreams lost and found. In the great tradition of books like, The Natural. This is a novel with the mythic themes, readability, and appeal to be a mainstream bestseller.

The Junior Library Guild Selection for fall has been garnering rave reviews. http://www.amazon.com/books/dp/1938467590

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