RJ Palmer 2010
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What if the next stage of evolution was caused by the oversight of man and what if that oversight was a simple medical mistake?
Donnelly is born three months premature by emergency surgery after his
critically injured mother is admitted to the hospital, having been the
victim of a drunk driver though her early expectant state is not
discovered until after a series of x-rays are performed to assess the
nature and extent of her injuries.
Now as an adult, Raine knows about
none of this and lives a quiet, functional and strictly routine life in
Colorado though his life begins to spiral hopelessly out of control as
he begins to have blackouts and believes he's hallucinating. He also
starts to have the most dastardly effect on electrical equipment as for
whatever reason, machines malfunction or short out completely when he
gets anywhere near them while he's upset or confused.
thinks he may have a brain tumor and insists on further testing though
that may prove somewhat difficult when a nameless and faceless someone
keeps trying to put bullet holes in him and when he meets the wife and
children about whom he has no memory, his life becomes even more
complicated, partially because his wife is furious at him because she's
thought him dead for three years.
Now, drawing on all his courage and
what little understanding he can piece together with the help of his
wife, Raine must unravel the mystery of his past and discover and accept
who and what he is without getting he and his family killed.
Praise and Reviews
I actually enjoyed this Kindle 'book'. An intriguing story with
interesting characters and I would have liked to have known a little
more at the end. I hope Ms. Palmer is not put off and continues
writing. The writing is, without doubt, wordy and some of the better
reviews had good points. There are a number of places where a line
should have started as a new paragraph or even as a new chapter. Ms.
Palmer has an excellent and enviable vocabulary and once I got into the
rhythm of her writing, I found myself involved in her manner of
storytelling. And what's wrong with being self-published? I would
guess that it takes quite a bit of courage to put something that one has
labored over out there for everyone to critique and believe we should
be encouraging new writers with positive comments and not viciously
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