Resonance: Dead Forever Book 3

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Sentence: Life on Earth. A boy recalls a past beyond his birth, but adults dismiss the fantasy as the overactive imagination of a child in need of therapy and medication. As an adult, his notions prove true when he encounters friends and foes from a distant past, also reincarnated on Earth. But after countless lifetimes, identity loses clarity. Who is friend and who is foe? His quest remains -- find the love of all his lives. The hero is plunged into a world of deception and narcotics, illicit and prescribed. A ...
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Overview

Sentence: Life on Earth. A boy recalls a past beyond his birth, but adults dismiss the fantasy as the overactive imagination of a child in need of therapy and medication. As an adult, his notions prove true when he encounters friends and foes from a distant past, also reincarnated on Earth. But after countless lifetimes, identity loses clarity. Who is friend and who is foe? His quest remains -- find the love of all his lives. The hero is plunged into a world of deception and narcotics, illicit and prescribed. A fugitive, he is stalked by police while scheming to outsmart his nemesis. Gunshots, shattered glass and deadly falls are survived with ancient technology drawn from memory, and aided by trusted allies, he becomes a match for his one true enemy. Or so he thinks. Sequel to Awakening and Apotheosis, Resonance concludes the Dead Forever trilogy.
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Review Haven: Fantasy and Sci-Fi - Adam Bourke
"I thought that this was a very good trilogy, which while I found it slow to start, was unputdownable from roughly half-way through the first book. I don't expect it to become one of the benchmarks of science-fiction, it contains too many controversial statements about both religion and science for that, but it will be for quite some time one of the standards against which I measure other science fiction books."
The Deepening World of Fiction - Clayton Bye
"Each book offers pieces of a puzzle that was too tough for me. Truth be told, I solved the puzzle at the same time as the hero -- when the author gave us the answer. Awakening... Apotheosis... Resonance. Science Fiction as original as it comes."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780971796089
  • Publisher: Glyd-Evans Press
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Pages: 324
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.88 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2013

    Weak finish

    After a promising start a poor ending to the series. This book was so repetitive and boring in spots that I skimmed many pages to get to where the story again made progress.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 24, 2012

    Deadpan Deadpan

    This book is dull. If the last two books were a build up to this one then what we have here is a staircase to nowhere.

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