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  • 06/2016
  • 978-0-692-67823-7 B01HFLA7GS
  • 200 pages
  • $3.99
Breach Of Consciousness

Adult; Mystery/Thriller; (Market)

Edited by Michael Garrett, Stephen King's first editor. Marco Torres was boy when his parents thought he was abnormal. The scare didn't last long, but little did they know, it was just the beginning. Eventually, Marco becomes aware of his affliction, so he searches for answers. Around the same time, ghostly psychic visions of a crazed homeless man apear to him. When the defect and the visions subside, Marco thinks he's in the clear until he's almost killed by the same man. As Marco get older, the affliction intensifies. He tries to become a writer and does a quick stint in the Navy. Eventually, he flips when his path crosses with a mystery couple who have the same abnormality as him. After the couple gain Marco's trust the hard way, the new friends go on several adventures including a murder investigation. Will Marco learn to harness his ability without getting himself killed in the process?
Reviews
Danielle Urban

Breach of Consciousness is a combination of murder, paranormal activity, and an investigation. The ingredients bring forth a novella worth reading. The beginning introduces, the main character, Marco Torres. The details given are just enough to hook readers. Then, from there it builds into a mystery woven with the characters mysterious ability and the action coming ahead. 

Grady Harp

Peter appreciates the factor of arresting the reader within the first sentences, offering enough information about the main character and the direction of the tone of the novel to assure the pages will turn rapidly. 

Jack Magnus

From the body builder at the open-air gym and the psychics on the boardwalk to the mysterious blind man who stalks Marco and his mentors, the author peoples his tale with authentic, living characters. 

Romuald Dzemo

It seems one of the key themes of the book is self-exploration and what happens when we accept who we are, weird as we could be. Peter Castillo is a great storyteller and I enjoyed the way he used the first person narrative, the ability to draw readers into the narrator’s worldview and perception of reality without sacrificing the point of view of other characters.

Formats
Ebook Details
  • 06/2016
  • 978-0-692-67823-7 B01HFLA7GS
  • 200 pages
  • $3.99

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