A little random Moonshot
a monumental something
passed on to Sean
someone else's eyes
in the sky
We are all walking museums, housing our small portion of the epic human story.
MY GOOD READS REVIEW
The Visionary by James Hawthorne
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
Sean was looking out through someone else's eyes... many times... At first an intriguing perspective, but the tumbling of clipped scenarios became an exhausting parade of peaked drama that begged for some kind of resolution. The idea of psychic energy in action born of Moonshot became tired and frustratingly warped. Interesting fractures of 911 and Taliban tensions, but no special connection. They whipped by. Sanity was lost long before the final page. Sighhhhhhhhh
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MY AMAZON REVIEW
An interesting idea that stumbles...
Sean lives many pieces of life. Those pieces belong to others. At first, this special ability intrigues, but the welter of mind and life shifts that gather at the novel's climax become an irritation. From cheetah to alien? But I was determined to finish the book, just so I could say I finished it.