Through the Eyes of Outcasts (The Outcasts Saga, #1)

Through the Eyes of Outcasts (The Outcasts Saga, #1)

by Jeff Kalac

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Violent, emotional, fast, and thought-provoking, Through the Eyes of Outcasts starts the Outcasts saga off with a bang.

Scott Ingram is a tormented young man: at random and unpredictable times, he is able to read others' thoughts, sense their pain, and see their memories. Discarded in shame by his own family, he lives a lonely existence of fear and anxiety.  Scott discovers that there are others like him when he becomes aware of Sarah Bollinger, a beautiful clairvoyant who can teach him how to master his power.  He has a chance to belong again, but first he must go to her.

Douglass Stevens earns his living by creating death, but wishes to leave his secret life behind so that he may return to his family.  Before he can retire, he must kill a man whom he considers to be a brother.  Doug's assignment will make him cross paths with Ingram—and there can be no loose ends.  But how do you kill a man who can see you coming?

Both men desire lives of harmony and peace.  Their only obstacle is each other.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154287583
Publisher: Penscribe Publishing
Publication date: 05/18/2017
Series: The Outcasts Saga , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 410 KB

About the Author

Jeff Kalac is a North American author of horror and suspense thrillers. His love of film led to an interest in screenwriting, and evolved into writing fiction. He is the author of Through the Eyes of Outcasts (2017), the seminal novel which led to two other entries: On the Path of Outcasts (2018) and Rise of the Outcasts (2019). His writing style has been noted for its fast pace and focus on character development.

Jeff lives in Idaho with his family.

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