14 June 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Tangible Expressions by Roberto Guerra

I really did enjoy the plot of this book, it was just familiar enough with just enough twists to keep me reading it until the very end.

The problem is that it was a bit confusing. I’m okay with a little bit of confusion and misdirection, but I felt like there were several times where the author was just going a bit too far for this leisure reader.

The plot is excellent and I liked the little bit of a twist at the end. The writing was well done, could have used a small final editing burst, but overall… well done.

I would recommend this one for most folks that like fiction with a bit of an edge.

Willis Diamond lost the woman he loved more than anything in the world, his wife, in a tragic accident only a few months ago. Stricken with grief, he decides to take a little vacation into the wilderness where he comes upon a cave entrance and is soon the victim of his very own curiosity. Within the depths of this dark world, he discovers an unearthly substance from another dimension, which alters his life, forever.

From this day on Willis is no longer the man he once was. Driven by an extra sense that no other human being has ever possessed, he is able to be taken by people’s words as well as their thoughts, which enables him to travel through time, but only in spirit. This is when he realizes there is much more to reality than what we see and hear on a daily basis; enchanting in some ways, horrific in others.

Little would he have suspected the dangers of attempting to defy the laws of physics, using his new found abilities to alter a dreadful past that has already been set in stone.

Rating: ★★★☆☆

Book count for 2013: 20

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