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Outin by Brandt Legg

OUTIN, book two of the best selling Inner Movement trilogy, takes off from the last thrilling page of OUTVIEW. This story of wonder, in which time and dimensions collide in an explosion of psychic phenomena, takes Nate to a kaleidoscopic land. Relentlessly pursued, he faces impossible choices that transcend life and death. Aided by more mystics, he struggles to find understanding on a frantic quest through extraordinary realms. If he can keep his friends alive, avoid Lightyear, and unravel crucial mysteries from the past . . . the Movement just might have a chance to change everything.

A fast paced psychic conspiracy filled with more than paranormal mystery and supernatural phenomena. In OUTIN, Nate is pushed to question life's great questions and philosophies in a search for the meaning of time itself.

Readers who enjoy contemporary, urban fantasy, metaphysical genres and books such as David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas and The Bone Clocks, Paulo Coelho's The Alchemist, Neil Gaiman's The Ocean at the End of the Lane, James Redfield's The Celestine Prophecy, Dan Millman's Way of the Peaceful Warrior, Night Circus and Snow Child are sure to love The Inner Movement trilogy – A metaphysical fantasy thriller.

Read the Reviews

"A spectacular, vivid Journey." - The Examiner

"Its existential themes and autobiographical tone make Legg's series a meaningful fantasy adventure that readers would love." - FANTASCIZE.com

" . . . an incredible author with a deep knowledge of life, science, philosophy, and an imagination that is beyond compare." - Dennis Waller TOP 500 REVIEWER

" . . . an awesomely trippy journey through what might be possible." - Oleg Medvedkov TOP 500 REVIEWER

" . . . incredibly imaginative and magic world creation." - ChristophFischerBooks TOP 500 REVIEWER

Readers are cautioned to read OUTVIEW before attempting to enter OUTIN.

OUTVIEW (Inner Movement #1) available now
OUTMOVE (Inner Movement #3) available now


Primary Genre: Contemporary Fantasy Thriller

Alternative Genres: mystery, suspense, paranormal, supernatural, metaphysical, alternative history fantasy, conspiracy, young adult, young adult fantasy, young adult thriller, coming of age

Content Tags: reincarnation, mystic, mystical, mysticism, magic, psychic, prophecy, telepathy, life after death, time travel, new age thought, new age fiction, visionary, conspiracy theory, redwoods, trees, Mt. Shasta, Crater Lake, Oregon.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157711962
Publisher: Laughing Rain
Publication date: 02/05/2016
Series: The Inner Movement , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 358
Sales rank: 98,241
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

USA Today Best Selling author, Brandt Legg is a former child prodigy who turned a hobby into a multi-million dollar empire. At eight, Legg's father died suddenly, plunging his family into poverty. Two years later, while suffering from crippling migraines, he started in business. National media dubbed him the "Teen Tycoon," but by the time he reached his twenties, the high-flying Legg became ensnarled in the financial whirlwind of the junk bond eighties, lost his entire fortune . . . and ended up serving time in federal prison for financial improprieties. Legg emerged, chastened and wiser, one year later and began anew in retail and real estate. In the more than two decades since, his life adventures have led him through magazine publishing, a newspaper column, photography, FM radio, CD production and concert promotion. His thrillers have excited hundreds of thousands of readers around the world. For more information, or to contact Brandt, visit BrandtLegg.com, he loves to hear from readers and always responds!

Books by Brandt Legg

COSEGA SEARCH (Book one of the Cosega Sequence)
COSEGA STORM (Book two of the Cosega Sequence)
COSEGA SHIFT (Book three of the Cosega Sequence)
COSEGA SPHERE (Book four of the Cosega Sequence)

THE LAST LIBRARIAN (Book one of the Justar Journal)
THE LOST TREERUNNER (Book two of the Justar Journal)
THE LIST KEEPERS (Book three of the Justar Journal)

OUTVIEW (Book one of the Inner Movement)
OUTIN (Book two of the Inner Movement)
OUTMOVE (Book three of the Inner Movement)

The books within each series are meant to be read in order, but it doesn't matter in which order the series are read. There is a connection among the three series, including common themes, threads, and characters.

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Outin 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
HamsterBookCritic More than 1 year ago
Warning, possible spoilers for Outview, the first book in the series. If you haven't read it yet, I'd recommend starting with Outview (The Inner Movement) Book 1. Nate and his brother Dustin find themselves in "Outin," a dimension outside our world and our perception of time, after the rather explosive ending of the first book. The place of secrets to be learnt, the possibilities to be discovered, and "too much to believe" for the uninitiated. "I'm Nathan Ryder, I'm sixteen, I'm from Ashland, Oregon, it's October--," Nate keeps repeating to himself, not fully believing it anymore. As we'll see from later in the book, he is and he isn't. The Ryder brothers are on the run. Agent Fitts, the primary antagonist from the first book, is replaced with a more sinister figure, Luther Storch, director of Lightyear, the mysterious government organization that is using psychics and their powers for nefarious, self-serving purposes. Spencer, the most prominent mystic and Nate's teacher in using the "soul abilities", still plays an important role, but more mystics step forward to teach and guide Nate and his friends in this novel. Nate learns, finds allies, visits places and times, has girl problems. He is still the teenager from the first book, but he is no longer a child. He is a hope for many, a threat to the powerful few, but all he really wants is to protect the ones he loves. Which might present a problem. Is it worth sacrificing a few to save thousands? Perhaps, but for Nate it is not so simple--those few are the people he treasures most. This book makes good use of both problem-oriented and character-driven plot devices. For example, Dustin, as some of the more perceptive readers might have expected from the first book, is not exactly getting along with Nate and some of his friends. Linh and Amber have their own issues to deal with; and the problems these two need to sort out between themselves are not so easily solved. There is more adventure in this second book of The Inner Movement series; some of it will make the reader change perception of the characters. The changes in Linh were a bit of a revelation for me. The atmosphere is more intense, "war-zone mentality" influences the actions and choices of the main heroes. Still, the book remains true to its main message: spiritual development and awakening. The revelations about the nature of time and space get deeper and more profound. Any reader who is into New Age philosophy will drink "Outin" like water to satisfy their thirst for the eclectic. For a casual Sci-Fi reader, this book is an awesomely trippy journey through what might be possible. To quote: "We only exist in our own imaginations." Recommended.
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After reading the first book, I instantly had to have the next one. It does not disappoint! It has many twists and shocking developments that keep you glued to the pages. As soon as I got to the last page, I made sure to get the third book. This series has sucked me in and now I am hooked! I just HAVE to know where Nate, Dustin, Spencer, and the girls end up next!! MUST READ!!
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After Nathan and Dustin escape by the seat of their pants in the first book, this book continues on. This series took me to a fantastic world beyond imagination and this one is even deeper than the last. Another action packed fantasy, sci fi, thriller, adventure, it kept me turning pages, excited to know what was coming next. I highly recommend this series to anyone who reads fantasy or sci fi. Now on to book three.
DanielleTaraEvans More than 1 year ago
The spectacular ride that began in Outview continues in Outin, and it becomes even more exhilarating. Nate is still being hunted by Lightyear, and he is faced with predictions of horrifying events for the future that he must try to prevent. The future is constantly changing with every decision, and his life and the lives of many others, including his friends', depend upon the choices they make.  Nate also enters Outin for the first time, an amazing different dimension that is unlike anything you could ever imagine existing in our physical world. It is truly breathtaking. Legg uses words to paint a magnificent picture of Outin just as he does when describing the beauty that is on earth in our dimension.  With the help of mystics and others in the Inner Movement, Nate tries to escape the grasp of Lightyear, while attempting to plan out how they can take it down. The story is intense, and there are some unexpected events and surprising revelations. Meanwhile, Nate is discovering more soul powers and is learning more about his past lives that may help the Inner Movement. And I kept wondering who Nate is meant to be with: Amber or Linh? Personally, I've been hoping it's Linh... The most pressing theme that I noticed in this book asks the question: can evil be stopped without using violence? In the real world, I don't believe that is possible. But perhaps, in Nate's world, it is.  I am dying to know what is going to happen in the next book!
readingsFun More than 1 year ago
If you like Time Travel stories then you need to read this series! Dip into the world where Nate tries to save the people closest to his heart without sacrificing thousands in the process. It's a roller coaster of a ride. Recommended! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read Outview, and followed it with Outin almost immediately. While I loved Outview for it's message, Outin swept me fully into the action, deepening the bonds and emotional ties between the characters, inviting the reader to become fully invested, and revealing potential fissures and dangers looming in the future for Nate and his friends, as well as the Inner Movement, itself. I can't wait for the next book in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I recently finished the first in this series and so had to give this book a go. We continue the journey with Nate in this thriller/sci-fi as he saves the lives of his friends and all those around him. A fast-paced adventure and well worth the time to read.
William_O_Brien More than 1 year ago
A gripping and thrilling read Outin (The Inner Movement) I was give a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. After reading the superb first book by Legg- thoughts, hopes and ideas are in place for a great second novel. The second book Outin meets all expectations and reaches beyond- fantastic! Fans of the first book in the series need to pick up this thrilling read. The story is full to the brim with adventure, mysticism and spiritual undertones. Readers will be gripped to the pages and intrigued as the tale develops. Again, great characters with a mix of magic, suspense, fantasy and plot twists. Highly recommended 5*****
Msdafnee More than 1 year ago
Outin (Inner Movement #2) by Brandt Legg starts right where the last book leaves off. They stepped through the hole and on the other side was Nate eleven months older. Older Nate was explaining to Dustin and younger Nate everything that has happened in the past eleven months and it hasn’t been good. Older Nate tells them that Amber and Linh died. (Way to start the book off with a bang.) They both leave the Outin and stay at Cervantes Island owned by Booker Lipton (Corporate raider). While on the island Nate tries to teach Dustin what he knows and he also practices himself. After Nate has a fight with Dustin, Nate takes a walk and meets a friend of Bookers named Wandus. Nate asks Wandus if he is a mystic but Wandus tells him that he considers himself a seeker. Wandus teaches Nate some valuable lessons and especially about eating a more healthy diet. Wandus tells him that a more healthy diet will help his powers. Nate goes to the Hibbs Mausoleum and retrieves files, papers, thumb drives and CD’s which gave them enough evidence to expose Lightyear. Nate had an Outview that he should go to Graydon Manor and retrieves some papers that are connected in protecting the jadeo. Nate keeps on trying different things to change the outcome of Amber and Linh dying. One way is when he goes and meets with Luther Storch, the head of Lightyear on Roosevelt island. At that meeting Storch asks Nate to join Lightyear and their cause and Nate tells him to shove it. Of course Storch and the military try and kill him but are not successful. He escapes by getting in an RV but later jumps out and is picked up by one of Bookers men. Booker’s employee takes him to Rust Nature Sanctuary which borders Graydon Manor. While Nate is there, Lightyear lays siege to the mausoleum and he almost gets caught but Bookers helicopter takes him away to another island where he meets up with Spencer. On the morning of the seventh day of being on the island, Nate has a vision of Amber, Linh and Kyle being ambushed by Federal agents and Linh was going to die. Nate goes to save them (which he does) and ends up being serious injured after a rocket blew up the tower of the Shakespeare theater in Ashland.. If it wasn’t for Linh and the others quick thinking to get him into the Outin so he could get in the healing waters of Floral Lake, he would have died. After Nate wakes up, Linh, Amber, and Kyle begin to tell Nate everything that happened after the rocket blew up. They explained they remembered his stories of Outin and Floral lake so they knew where they had to take him there. They tell Nate they found a note from Dustin. It tells that he went through a window so he could fix some of the mistakes he made and that Nate needed to find the 5th lake in Outin. They decide they need to find Dustin and would also look for the lake. While exploring Outin, somehow Lightyear’s soldiers infiltrated Outin and were after them again. They end up capturing a soldier but they don’t know what to do with him. So while Nate,Amber and Kyle where talking, Linh picks up the soldiers automatic weapon and kills him. After they killed the soldier, they continued to look for Dustin and found him in a window. Dustin speaks to him but sees Dustin jump. Nate tries to dive after him but they hold him back. Nate thinks Dustin is dead. They leave Outin and are found by another mystic Yangchen. She teaches them so advanced kellering and tells them that the only way to beat Lightyear is through non-violence. Spencer ends up finding Nate and the others. He starts yelling at Yangchen for kidnapping Nate and the others. They end up staying at what is called Greater World, where they get some rest. While they are there, Lightyear blows up a mall and blames Nate and Dustin. They decide they need to find Dustin so Nate, Amber and Linh go back to Outin. While Nate and the girls go to Outin, Kyle stayed behind because he wanted to speak with his Uncle through a portal to tell him what was going on and give him a pep talk. The government was holding his Uncle for questioning. After Nate and the girls had been in Outin for a while, they had not seen Kyle and they started to worry. They thought he might be at the lodge, so they went there looking for him. They walked in and found that Kyle was shot. Nate takes him to Floral Lake but realizes he is too late and Kyle is dead. Nate does find Dustin in Outin, so Nate and Dustin make the tape of Storch talking to Nate on Roosevelt Island. Additionally they are able to get all the military soldiers out of Outin and Nate seals the entrances up. Nate and the girls use a window to leave. Nate contacts Spencer and Booker on the astral to let them know where they could find them. The window led them out of Outin and into Cuba, three months ahead of time. One of Bookers contacts takes Nate and the girls to Booker. Booker tells Nate to go easy on Spencer because he has had a hard time with everything. Spencer tells Nate he has to meet with Storch again after the tape is released. After a couple of days, Nate uses a portal to drop in on Storch in his office, Storch is furious and tells Nate he’s a dead man. The door opens and two darts are shot in Storch’s neck and Nate is finally able to see Storch’s soul in the split second before he is tossed back to Wizard Island. Nate finally understands why he had to see Storch. He finally knows who has Storch’s soul in this lifetime and he is not happy. After they leave Cuba, the place they were staying at was raided. Nate tries to figure out how every place they have stayed at ends up getting raided. He thinks Dustin is the traitor. He contacts Dustin by astral and tells him he knows he’s the traitor. However, Dustin tells him that he isn’t the leak but Nate himself is the leak. Dustin begins to tell him that because of the advance kellering he is using, he has an open channel with his mom and his mom has been giving the information to Lightyear. Nate asks his mom and she tells him that she is the one giving them the information. Nate cuts off his kellering with her. Later, when Nate and the group get to Taos, Nate feels that his mother has died. Yangchen tells Nate that his mother was not killed by Lightyear but by a faction of the movement known as the IF (Inner Force). Nate asks Yangchen to help him find the Dark mystic. She tells him he isn’t ready for the dark mystic. Yangchen tells Nate there is a way to defeat them. Nate realizes that Yangchen is right and then is happy and scared at the same time because he sees is Aunt Rose and Clastier walk into the shack they were in. All I can say is another brilliant job by Brandt Legg with the second book in the series. It definitely doesn’t have the second book slump. Legg has written a breathtaking view on a subject that allows the reader to immerse themselves into another dimension that he has created. Legg’s written words are mind-blowing. They flow effortlessly throughout the story and allow the reader to throw themselves into the story. His imagination makes the story come alive. The characters are well developed and the story progresses nicely. There is never a dull moment. I enjoyed this book better than the first. The imagery in this book is phenomenal. This is an awe-inspiring follow up to Outview and if you miss reading this fabulous book, you will return to this time and slap yourself silly. 4.6 Stars This book was provided free by the Author in exchange for an honest review