Thursday, October 20, 2016
Book Review - MIND WRITER by Mike Lunch and Lisa Godfrees
Not my usual cup of tea (not usually a fan of fantasy), but I have to admit this is a good one. Mike Lunch and Lisa Godfrees have made a good team. The tension is tight and keeps you reading. The next turn could take you ... well, anywhere you might not want to go.
Rinee Newburgh is a mindwriter, and not even she knows what that is until it comes her turn to perform a duty that only a mindwriter can do. She's supposed to go to a special place if she completes her task acceptably, but she finds out that special place is not all it's cracked up to be. Plus her task is pretty awful all by itself, and if she loses her gloves--which she does, twice--well, everyone pays.
And then there's Mark Clixon, a man who performs an expensive service in order to purchase medicine for his son Toby. Never mind that it's a pretty deplorable job, and now no one trusts him.
The two of them are manipulated by a man who wants to be president, but first the present president has to be removed, along with much of the population of the country. Can the Three stop him? Will Rinee and Clixon get out of their mess?
You will never know unless you buy the book--available from Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
I received this book free from one of the authors in return for an honest review.