Published: July 2012 by Smashwords
From Goodreads: Newspaper reporter John Teddy’s miserable life is turned upside down when he uncovers a voice from the past—a voice that suspiciously knows far too much about the would-be future. John’s natural curiosity to understand the hidden message takes him to places he never imagined seeing, and ongoing conspiracies he never thought existed. The more John gets involved, the more he is led towards mysteries that are beyond his understanding. The circle of people involved grows bigger stretching from west to east; each step forward is like a step backward.
This book was really, really intense and fun. I admit to not wanting to do my work in order to keep reading. It was very surprising. There are a lot of twists and turns in this book and it’s fun trying to keep up with the mystery. I think this book was very well written. I didn’t find myself having problems with any of the grammar or spelling. I was able to quickly get absorbed into this world and continue turning pages! There also wasn’t a lot of moments in this story where I found myself drifting and had to get myself to focus again. I was always completely focused on the story. That’s always a good sign for me because I get thrown out of stories very, very easily. I’d recommend this book to anyone just looking for something new and exciting. This book is not what you’d expect. It also doesn’t really fall into any specific category in my mind, so I’d say it’s good for any adult fan of reading!
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