Leaving the familiar and somewhat supportive environments of Carbondale and New Orleans after having been exposed, Alex takes his mission on the road. But along with the blur of life on a concert tour, there are dark trends as well: Alex is now known nationally, the media is hungry for news about him, and there are still multiple people eager to hurt him.
As he, Cate and Gail travel the country, they gradually learn more about his abilities and what drives people to either love or hate him.
This is the fifth of a six book series following Alex Jennings as he wrestles with the conflicting demands of building a movement while still keeping his feet on the ground.
Cate tells her brother everything he did wrong.
02: A Big Night
Alex’s whole paradigm changes and he has to deal with even more than he’s used to.
Walking a delicate line.
Alex tries to relax for once.
Alex tries some military medicine.
Alex tries some religion.
07: Daddy’s Girl
Alex vs. an angry father; what could possibly go wrong?
Who did what? Deconstructing events.
Alex works out his demons, while Cate schemes behind his back.
Alex broadens his mission.
A few voices we haven’t heard from in a while.
A short jump ahead.
A new approach and some new research.
Alex helps someone not associated with his movement.
The testing continues.
Another mystery girl reappears in a strange location.
Alex tries an unusual approach on a potentially dangerous subject.
Alex finally rejoins Jennifer and tries to heal an entire village afflicted with cancer.
Several different visions are offered, suggesting either new hope or a collective fantasy.
The results of the secret experiments are revealed to Alex, along with a few other surprises.
Wrapping up the last remaining details.
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Review by: Ken Englert on Oct. 19, 2013 :
So far, these books are hard to put down once you start them. I’m sad the next book will be the last book in this series. But, I will reread these over and over and over again.
An extraordinarily captivating story. I like your writing style. I have always heard- let the participants tell the story. And they do. I watch through Gail’s eyes as she searches the crowded room for threats, and Cate’s constant frustration that she cannot learn more about what Alex is creating while wishing to be a Seer.
The amount of work to create these narrations is breath-taking. Each story is a novel. Thank you for your work & creativity.
MarkIt’s a great read based on an exciting idea.
Alex’s healing powers have become much more
focused and effective. There’s so much to enjoy as
he sets about changing the lives of those he
encounters. The reasons are often obscure but
that’s part of the attraction.Thanks so much for writing. Ralph (New Zealand) This has been one of the most interesting stories I’ve read in a long time. Normally, I would be interested in the darker aspects of mind-control (or whatever this is), but I find the mystery you’re weaving to be something to look forward to.Overall, great writing, story arc and character development. I’ll look forward to what evolves. Ferrum