Monday, March 5, 2012

Saving Jake will haunt you

Fellow YAAYNHO Ophelia Julien and I recently did a book review exchange. I had the privilege of reading and reviewing her novel, Saving Jake. Ophelia is a remarkably talented author with a gift for writing paranormal suspense. I loved this book. Find out more about Ophelia at her website.

Saving Jake

By Ophelia Julien
New Leaf Books
192 pages

Jake suddenly reappears after a three-year absence with a shocking request that could cost Corts his life.

Ever since he was a kid, Corts (Philip Corts) has had an unusual ability to find lost things – keys, driver’s license, wallets – with his mind. His family thinks that’s all there is to it. But Jake, his best friend since seventh grade, knows better. Corts can hold onto an object, or person, and read its energy, see where it came from. Jake thinks it’s a gift. He calls it tracking. But Corts isn’t so sure. There are also terrifying nightmares and visions that make his ability unbearable at times until he learns to block it. As a first semester college freshman with his whole life and the chance at a journalism scholarship ahead of him, Corts thought he could leave all that peculiarity behind and chalk it up to his reckless childhood. Until Jake showed up.

Saving Jake is a spellbinding journey into the mysteries of the human mind. Ophelia Julien expertly weaves an intriguing tale of suspense that will haunt you far beyond the final page. ~ Copyright (c) 2012 by Peggy Tibbetts

Click here for Ophelia Julien’s review of my novel, PFC Liberty Stryker.

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  1. A very nice review, Peggy. You certainly make me want to read the book. Congratulations on your book, Ophelia. I'm adding it to my way to long TBR list. Best of luck with it. The cover is interesting, too.

  2. Thanks Bev, you will really enjoy this book. So well written.

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  4. Thanks for this, Peggy! And Bev, you read PFC Liberty Stryker too, didn't you? Did it not rock your world???