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Having tried conventional medicine, Karen is accidentally guided to an unconventional ally, Dr. Joyce Hudleston, who possesses a PhD in parapsychology. A stay-at-home mom, Karen is forced to become her own private investigator to discover why Charlie "sees" things that she cannot. Forced into perilous situations, she must continue to search for the truth to save her son. But only Other Lives-channeled through her son-can help fulfill her quest.
Posted April 18, 2014
I love to read supernatural type books and i couldn't put it down, some parts i had to pull my feet up on the couch.
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Posted April 18, 2014
Posted April 20, 2014
the cover caught my eye and it looked spooky. but then i saw the bad ratings, so i checked the book critiques. kirkus review called it chilling, page turner, sixth-sense like and more. so i bought it. this is a great read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 27, 2008
I really had to try to read this book. It definitely was not a page turner and nothing like a Stephen King novel. The author should have done more research when talking about subjects he knew little about. There were also a great deal of errors in grammar and at one point he refers to the female officer as a he. I¿ve never read a novel that had so many errors. It also seemed as though he went through with a thesaurus to add vocabulary to the novel. It was unnecessary and made it hard to relate to the characters. Especially the ¿stay at home mom¿ who¿s vocabulary wasn¿t that of an average woman. The Cheerleader portion starts out mild and then moves toward a paragraph out of a cheap erotic novel. Almost as though the author put in his own little fantasy. All in all the entire novel if you would call it that was poorly written and obviously not proof read. Any high school student could clean this up and make it better!
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Posted May 7, 2010
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