Framing the Dialogue

Hearing Voices

Hearing Voices is a different kind of action adventure novel as three people work together to save themselves, innocent people, and perhaps the world.  While that’s not an unusual collaboration, in the case of Isaac Blaze, his two “partners” were in his mind.  So the three of them (Isaac, a woman, and a man) team together to solve mysteries and almost as often, save themselves from certain death.

“A man was standing in front of the table. He was smiling like a butcher’s dog. And with good reason, too. He’d been waiting a long time for this. So long that he was making sure to savor the moment. I figured he was probably thinking Everyone breaks. But he wasn’t going to break me. Not this guy. This guy was about to die.  And that’s why I was smiling.”

I’ve seen others describe Mr. Blaze as a “Jason Bourne” character…okay but only from his physical abilities.  Listening to the three minds talking as situations arise was priceless.  I really enjoyed this thriller and look forward to the second novel.  Do yourself a favor and read this book.



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