Why was it Joss thought, feeling Sams calming presence at his side? Why was it that some people travelled through life with never a moments grief and others like him ...? Why him? Why, when he was happy and life was worth living, did somethingMoreWhy was it Joss thought, feeling Sams calming presence at his side? Why was it that some people travelled through life with never a moments grief and others like him ...? Why him? Why, when he was happy and life was worth living, did something always manage to pull him back down into another nightmare?
Unable to deal any longer with the ruinous mess he had made of his life in the UK through excessive pride and the unrelenting pursuit of fame and fortune, Joss Walker came to Australia hoping to find a new beginning. To put all that behind him, to start anew somewhere else, with Australia the first and most logical and promising destination ... It had been the right choice to make.
Australia made good her promise tenfold. After a long and very interesting and inspiring trip around Australia - meeting new people, doing new things, seeing new horizons - Joss Walker began to understand that he couldnt go endlessly on and on blaming himself for that which couldnt be changed, and finally plucked up the courage to go back to being a vet. A decision, that changed Joss life for the better, and made him eventually, dare to start singing again - which led him to Michelle.
Michelle Davidson, who became the very essence of his existence, the very core of his happiness, until Fate - that travels with us all - reached out its hand once more, and, powerless to ignore the invitation, Joss Walker had to fight for his life all over again. Changing direction away from her usual thriller type stories, Joyce Berendes The Hand of Fate is a compelling, deeply emotional, real life journey. It traces Joss Walkers continuing struggles against Fate and the damaging consequences it carried to Joss ultimate destiny.