Multi-volume, multi-genre author, Rick Hall introduces us to his new book, Gnosis: A Psychic Urban Fantasy:
Psychics, government conspiracies, and dangerous criminals swirl like a summer storm around 17yo parkour enthusiast Samantha Black.
When a series of crushing headaches lands Sam in the hospital, she wakes to an imaginary voice in her head: Alexander, an adorable ten-year-old who claims to be a telepath. The doctors think Sam’s brain was damaged after a stroke, but they’re wrong. Alexander isn’t imaginary. He’s a sentient virus, and the government knows about him. After all, they created him.
This story is so well crafted! I love it! Samantha is so resourceful; I love the parkour action also. Alexander is quite adorable.
Rick has wowed me with his writing! His plotting is magnificent, the scene-setting is excellent. I don’t think he wasted a single word. Everything moves the story forward, as the mysteries are peeled back one at a time. First person POV does it for me every time, no head-hopping here! I enjoyed how the characters developed also.
Gnosis gets a score of 4.9 stars! The score would have been higher except for a handful of spelling errors. The good news is the errors are corrected so your reading pleasure will be improved.
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Tags: mystery, conspiracy, paranormal, teen, YA, father, action, adventure, coming of age, paranormal
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Copyright Mark Schultz 2019, except for the author’s introduction.
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An avid reader, typobuster, and the Hyper-Speller. I am a husband, father, and grandfather.
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