In Volume II, Precognitions, this silly psychic saga continues: Danny “Mouse” Ormont’s world has gone topsy-turvy. Those foreboding visions of his dream girl, Patti Conner, omitted key details. A mismatched pair, their paranormal relationship is set to explode! Shoplifting? Smoking? …Has Danny gone berserk? Powerless to stop mirroring Patti’s mischievous acts, thank heavens that cockamamie "Mouse" is suspended after stealing cigarettes, attacking heartthrob Mark Parks, if not plagiarizing answers solving the conundrum of time from an elusive book yet to exist! While in the school office, Danny crosses paths with two shady characters, at least one of which leads back to Patti…but how?
The coveted Talent Show trophy displayed in the middle school lobby is the apple of Patti’s eye. She promises to do anything if one of her little pets claims it for her. Reinstated in school, "Mouse", Mark, and the shady ones are all after the same goal. For added insurance, Mark cooks up his own scheme to impress Patti - until Danny appears. But, wait... What monkey business are the shady ones up to? Perhaps the mystical power of the Gemini Promise can keep Patti honest - once and for all. Is Danny running out of time to prove he is her Boy From Tomorrow?
Meanwhile, the suspicious neighborhood fire remains unsolved. With crime on the rise, the whole community is on edge. Some say the extended bus line is to blame; others are convinced it is the local punks. Only Danny’s insight can help him see the light. All the while, in science class, Mr. Foster wants to prove things are not always as they appear at a place Danny and his classmates won’t believe – even when they see it with their own eyes!
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About the Author
Daniel Ormont is a mechanical engineer and former US Patent Examiner. By invite, he attended a cosmology symposium at the Johns Hopkins Space Telescope Science Institute (STSI). He lives on the Delmarva peninsula with his wife and two children. Since a child, Daniel has experienced countless psychic episodes of a personal nature. Acquaintances have shared similar experiences: locating lost items for others, foretelling of relatives' illnesses, intervening to prevent a fatality - only foretold through dreams. For Daniel, it is not just dreams, and he believes each of us possess this ability to various degrees. Daniel remains open-minded to the impossibilities. Guess what? Science may be catching on: Discover Magazine (July/August 2016) reported of the renewed interest in Entanglement, an abandoned idea from the infancy of quantum physics (the study of subatomic behavior) explaining how one particle may instantly influence another without physical contact nor proximity. Now, laboratory experiments are revealing what was once only theorized: the existence of "spooky action" at the subatomic level. (Ref: "Everything Worth Knowing About Entanglement", by Devin Powell.)