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Trial Run by Thomas Locke

Dr. Gabriella Speciale has assembled an international team of elite scientists with one goal in mind--to create and control out-of-body experiences that transcend the limits of time and space. Reese Clawson's mind-bending experiments aim to explode the boundaries of human consciousness--and annihilate the opposition in the process. When a terrifying discovery and a string of failed tests threaten to dismantle both programs, the key to survival may reside in the mind of a gifted grad student whose unsettling dreams have thrust him into the center of a dangerous battle for control. As the threads of perception and reality become tangled and time itself twists in unexpected directions, one warning remains clear: what you don't know can kill you.

This is yet another awesome book by Thomas Locke (Davis Bunn). While the whole concept of time and space travel is a little bit vague, but the pieces came together as the story progressed. The story really grabbed and I was sad when it ended and learned I have to wait a whole year for the next part. I enjoyed the tension of the plot and not knowing really which characters to side with. Both groups seem to be doing what they believe is right, so it is challenging to know who to side with. And I enjoyed how love is thing that wins over all. This is a great book and I am eagerly waiting for the next installment.


Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc

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