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Book two in the Tel trilogy. Jonathan Kortel joined the Agency thinking it would teach him to master his potential, but he begins to suspect that the Agency has its own agenda, and it might not have his best interests at heart. Having been thrust into a world he cannot control, Jonathan begins a quest to uncover what's really going on at the Agency. And in his head. He soon ascertains that he's not only the Agency's star pupil, he's their most important experiment.

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Overview

Book two in the Tel trilogy. Jonathan Kortel joined the Agency thinking it would teach him to master his potential, but he begins to suspect that the Agency has its own agenda, and it might not have his best interests at heart. Having been thrust into a world he cannot control, Jonathan begins a quest to uncover what's really going on at the Agency. And in his head. He soon ascertains that he's not only the Agency's star pupil, he's their most important experiment.

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Leslie Rigoulot
The biggest complaint about science fiction is that there is always too much science and not enough fiction. In The Tels Paul Black brilliantly combines the two in a novel that is almost too plausible...Blending sex, government intrigue and a new reality aren't easy tasks but Black is up to it. Taking us for a ride through a world totally different from our own and yet with the emotions that aren't going to change between now and 2109...The Tels doesn't let go and stays with you after the last page.
Continental Features Syndicate
Steve Powers
Dallas writer Paul Black makes his first foray into the world of science fiction with The Tels. It's a highly original novel set in the near future and it moves at lightning speed. Mr. Black has quite an imagination and puts it to good use. The mind-bending plot centers on Jonathan Kortel, who is approached by a shadowy group called the Tels, who covet his telekinetic gifts. The ensuing action is bizarre enough to read like something straight out of The X-Files.
The Dallas Morning News
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780972600729
  • Publisher: Novel Instincts Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/1/2005
  • Pages: 328
  • Product dimensions: 0.69 (w) x 5.00 (h) x 8.00 (d)

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