I thought to try something a little different today…who would like to recommend a good read?
I am always looking for my next good read to lose myself in. If you are too, let’s do it. Let’s recommend some great reads.
I’ll go first, and it’s a goodie, because it’s the first in a series of 3. (So, if you enjoy the read, THERE’S MORE! Lost Souls and The Dead Road)
Revivers by Seth Patrick
Audie Award Winner, Paranormal, 2014
"Jonah Miller is a Reviver, able to temporarily revive the dead so they can say goodbye to their loved ones - or tell the police who killed them. Jonah works in a department of forensics created specifically for Revivers, and he’s the best in the business. For every high-profile corpse pushing daisies, it’s Jonah’s job to find justice for them. But while reviving the victim of a brutal murder, he encounters a terrifying presence. Something is on the other side watching. Waiting. His superiors tell him it’s only in his mind, a product of stress.
Jonah isn’t so certain. Then Daniel Harker, the first journalist to bring revival to public attention, is murdered. Jonah finds himself getting dragged into the hunt for answers. Working with Harker’s daughter Annabel, he becomes determined to find those responsible and bring them to justice. Soon they uncover long-hidden truths that call into doubt everything Jonah stands for, and reveal a sinister force that threatens us all. Putting the paranormal in the police department, first-time author Seth Patrick blends genre lines with this edgy crime thriller. The first novel in the Reviver trilogy, Reviver is sure to appeal to fans of Dean Koontz and Justin Cronin."-Macmillan
Available from Amazon or Audible. (The audio performance was spot on)
@danielw had a wonderful bookstore he recommended that ships pretty much anywhere if you enjoy a great recommendation to give your business to.
What books can you recommend to read, or discuss?
Any on the art of writing?
Any book that has just stuck with you or a great example for studying of any lessons we have learned from @daniels courses/summit speakers? (since it is what we all share in common here it’s a great place of reference to share from)