Fragmented Overall, I found this to be an entertaining Sci Fi yarn It had some very intriguing ideas on advanced species, alien earth tie ins and psionic powers. I love books that take something you already know and give it a new twist I have never really gotten into stories that use telepathy or telekinesis as I just didn t like them Such stories seem to use mind over matter as an easy cop out.This story didn t create that feel It was something new, different and I really liked the storyline The dialog moved well between the characters I really liked the joke about Tinkerbell, I won t spoil it for you.Is this going to be a series because this could be a good start. Alien Abduction Check A Promise Of Enlightenment Check Corny Jokes Check And Face Palm Gwen, Tom And Karen Are Ordinary People Who In A Flash They Are Taken From Their Lives They Are Thrust Into A Reality That Humans Are Not Alone In The Universe Guided By A Floating Ball Of Blue Light , They Try To Cope With Their New Reality As They Embark On A Fantastic Journey Of Discovery And Danger

J Riley Castine was born Houston, Texas to Irish Italian parents in 1973 He grew up all over the east coast of the United States As a child, he was prone to tinkering with various mechanical devices At an early age had interests in music, computers, Legos, Star Wars, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica and of course, Doctor Who.He likes to spend his non working hours spending time with his famil

❤ [KINDLE] ❃ Fragmented  By J. Riley Castine ➣ –
  • Paperback
  • 246 pages
  • Fragmented
  • J. Riley Castine
  • English
  • 05 February 2017
  • 9781508990420

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