Years ago, Thomas Edison invented the psycho phone a crude device he believed was capable of reaching dead people; but now, Heather Ross has his old phone number and the dead are calling her non-stop. Heather wants to get rid of the phone but learns they can still reach her through email, television, and billboards. Heather is not adverse to talking to lost souls, but will they save her life, or destroy it?
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The first consideration I have when reading a novel is whether or not I care about what will happen in the next chapter. I was hooked in the first one and this continued through the epilogue. If I am compelled to keep reading rather than do other things, I know I'm reading a good book. My second consideration is whether or not I "lose track of time" while reading. "Call Waiting" met and exceeded my standard for both these considerations. It is very well-crafted with unexpected twists that caught me off guard. Dixon's unique and insightful writing style drew me into Heather's (the main character) life and mind along with those of the people surrounding her. This novel contains an amazing balance of contrasts; sexual tension/release and as Heather's life is spiraling downward it is spiraling upward at the same time. Additionally, Dixon fearlessly took me to very dark and uncomfortable places. Transcending the novel, be reveals a much larger, much grander message. I can express it this way, "From within the chaos and darkness of Heather's life, a light shines; dim at first, then dazzling..." Todd Buhrmaster A must read people!!!
This is a very compelling story with a lot of compelling twist. Its a good read about a story that's never been told before. You will remember this story long after you've read it.