Mind's Eye

Paperback, 360 pages

Published Jan. 14, 2014 by Paragon Press.

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4 stars (4 reviews)

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Review of "Mind's Eye" on 'Goodreads'

4 stars

So this guy wakes up in a dumpster, and discovers he has no idea who he is, where he's from, or how he got there.

He quickly figures out that some very dangerous people are out to kill him, but he doesn't know why. He learns this based on a very strange ability he also realises he has: he can read people's minds.

While on the run, he meets a woman, and a romantic entanglement ensues.

If you think you've heard this story before, you may be right... but you've never heard it like this before!

The tale is woven so beautifully, so effortlessly, that everything feels completely natural, and nothing is forced. I was carried away by this story, and fully believed every scenario presented to me. Even the ending, while maybe a little far-fetched, was perfect. It took me totally by surprise (I did NOT see it coming), …

Review of "Mind's Eye" on 'Goodreads'

4 stars

Wow, talk about the ugliest book cover I have ever seen! Yes, I'm referring to the Kindle edition. With the lovely green font.
Sorry, I had to get that out of the way. Now, over to the content of the book. Our protagonist is Nick Hall. He wakes up in a dumpster with the ability to read minds. And surf the internet. Awesome, right? .. right? Maybe not? Would you like to know what your colleagues and friends really think about you? 
Anyway. There's a lot of action, and some interesting characters and fun plot twists. Even though some of the plot twists were pretty predictable, it was a techno thriller that kept me entertained. I'm sure I'll pick up Douglas' future books, too. :)

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