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The shift is coming. Soon. Dr. David Carter knows this. However, he?s a geologist, so `soon? means anywhere from tomorrow to a thousand years from now. People are dying. Now. Drs. Jordan Abellard and Jillian Brookwood are standing at the edge of SuperAIDS. Or are they? They won?t be able to figure it out if they can?t get some authorization signed - and soon. But they?re p The shift is coming. Soon. Dr. David Carter knows this. However, he?s a geologist, so `soon? means anywhere from tomorrow to a thousand years from now. People are dying. Now. Drs. Jordan Abellard and Jillian Brookwood are standing at the edge of SuperAIDS. Or are they? They won?t be able to figure it out if they can?t get some authorization signed - and soon. But they?re peons and no one is paying attention. Whole species died at the last polar shift - 65 million years ago. Right now Dr. Becky Sorenson has some seriously mutated frogs in her lab. In L.A. Bees are making abnormal columns on the side of the freeways. In Georgia, birds are migrating out of season. It all makes a sick kind of sense when the doctors consider that the last magnetic shift is strangely coincidental to the dinosaur die-out. And the only similarity in the problems today is that each is occurring in a `hotspot? - a pocket of reverse polarity tells them all the shift is already here.


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The shift is coming. Soon. Dr. David Carter knows this. However, he?s a geologist, so `soon? means anywhere from tomorrow to a thousand years from now. People are dying. Now. Drs. Jordan Abellard and Jillian Brookwood are standing at the edge of SuperAIDS. Or are they? They won?t be able to figure it out if they can?t get some authorization signed - and soon. But they?re p The shift is coming. Soon. Dr. David Carter knows this. However, he?s a geologist, so `soon? means anywhere from tomorrow to a thousand years from now. People are dying. Now. Drs. Jordan Abellard and Jillian Brookwood are standing at the edge of SuperAIDS. Or are they? They won?t be able to figure it out if they can?t get some authorization signed - and soon. But they?re peons and no one is paying attention. Whole species died at the last polar shift - 65 million years ago. Right now Dr. Becky Sorenson has some seriously mutated frogs in her lab. In L.A. Bees are making abnormal columns on the side of the freeways. In Georgia, birds are migrating out of season. It all makes a sick kind of sense when the doctors consider that the last magnetic shift is strangely coincidental to the dinosaur die-out. And the only similarity in the problems today is that each is occurring in a `hotspot? - a pocket of reverse polarity tells them all the shift is already here.

30 review for Resonance

  1. 5 out of 5

    Katy

    Please note: I read this book in August 2011 after winning a copy via LibraryThing in exchange for an honest review. I'm just adding some formatting. Truth Behind the Tale: According to geological records, the Earth’s magnetic pole switches about every 60 million years. The last such swap was about 65 million years ago – about the same time as the last massive dinosaur die-out. The Earth is 5 million years overdue … My Synopsis: The story revolves around a group of scientists and doctors – Jordan Please note: I read this book in August 2011 after winning a copy via LibraryThing in exchange for an honest review. I'm just adding some formatting. Truth Behind the Tale: According to geological records, the Earth’s magnetic pole switches about every 60 million years. The last such swap was about 65 million years ago – about the same time as the last massive dinosaur die-out. The Earth is 5 million years overdue … My Synopsis: The story revolves around a group of scientists and doctors – Jordan and Jillian are physicians with the CDCP who work under Dr. Landerly; David is a geologist; and Becky is a biologist. Each of them start noticing things around the same time – Jordan and Jillian notice that people are slipping into comas after being hit by what appears to be some sort of stomach flu and not waking up; David finds evidence of a magnetic reversal being responsible for the die-out of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, and further evidence hinting that the same thing has happened about every 60 million years; and Becky finds a small area in the Tennessee backwoods with a large number of mutated frogs. There doesn’t seem to be any connection, until the four coincidentally meet up and pool their resources – what they discover is terrifying. The world is due for another magnetic reversal, and it appears to be starting. My Thoughts: Some reviewers have mentioned that they found the beginning slow and the ending abrupt. I found the beginning to be fascinating as each group makes their discoveries and tries to figure out what is happening. The middle I found incredibly confusing – there is some really weird stuff going on and nobody seems to understand what is happening. But it is all explained, so don’t let the weirdness scare you off – the idea Scudiere comes up with is both fascinating and really scary, but at the same time incredibly nifty! The ending was a bit abrupt – there is no real discussion about the overall effects of the magnetic reversal upon technology, for instance. It seems to me that the magnetic upheaval would have wreaked havoc upon computer systems and networks, as well as the guidance systems and so forth, but this isn’t mentioned and once the actual snap occurs, everything is business as usual. Nonetheless, I found it a very enjoyable read and would recommend this to anyone who enjoys a good bio-medical sci-fi thriller. Check it out!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Sammis

    Resonance by A.J. Scudiere is a disaster novel wrapped up in some speculative science fiction. As with any disaster book, the novel has an ensemble cast: Drs. Jordan Abellard and Jillian Brookwood of the CDC who are seeing people with weakened immune systems dying at unexpectedly high rates; Dr. Becky Sorenson is following strange biological phenomena like mutated frogs, confused birds and bees making hikes in unusual formations and Dr. David Carter who can see changes in the geology of the rock Resonance by A.J. Scudiere is a disaster novel wrapped up in some speculative science fiction. As with any disaster book, the novel has an ensemble cast: Drs. Jordan Abellard and Jillian Brookwood of the CDC who are seeing people with weakened immune systems dying at unexpectedly high rates; Dr. Becky Sorenson is following strange biological phenomena like mutated frogs, confused birds and bees making hikes in unusual formations and Dr. David Carter who can see changes in the geology of the rocks he studying. All of these things end up pointing to the magnetic drift of the Earth's magnetic field. These books typically have three acts: the portents of the disaster, the disaster itself and the aftermath. For Resonance the best part comes in the portents. When the focus is on the strange biological phenomena the book is a fascinating page turner. Unfortunately during the disaster when the hotspots start getting big and dangerous the science behind them falls apart. Sometimes less is more. I would been willing to give the book more latitude if the focus had been on the creepy side affects and the danger getting larger instead of on the "hard" but wrong science. If your suspension of disbelief is more flexible than mine, you'll find it a fun and sometimes creepy disaster novel. Other books and stories you might enjoy: * Condominium by John D. MacDonald * Tsunami by Gordon Gumpertz * The short story: Adaptogenia by Wayne Wightman

  3. 5 out of 5

    Glenda Christianson

    I received 3 books form this author. As a self professed "book cover snob", I set the books aside. The cover just didn't grab me. After reviewing several books that I didn't care for, I was looking for a change of pace and picked up Resonance. This book certainly delivered the change of pace I was looking for! It starts out with several seemingly unrelated characters and their strange medical and scientific discoveries. The story switches abruptly from one group of characters to the next, making I received 3 books form this author. As a self professed "book cover snob", I set the books aside. The cover just didn't grab me. After reviewing several books that I didn't care for, I was looking for a change of pace and picked up Resonance. This book certainly delivered the change of pace I was looking for! It starts out with several seemingly unrelated characters and their strange medical and scientific discoveries. The story switches abruptly from one group of characters to the next, making the reader a bit confused, but keeping your interest as the plot eventually converges, the characters meet and share their mysterious discoveries. About three quarters through the book, I was sure the mystery had been solved and the strange phenomenon that was predicted to be effecting the characters would occur and that would be the end of the story. (Trying not to spoil the plot here!) It took me by complete surprise that it was not the end! This book has a wonderful twist and it results in a whole new set of problems for the characters! This is a fast and easy book to read. It kept my attention and I read it in a few days. I liked the characters and while the book is based on a scientific theory it wasn't so involved or technical that I didn't understand it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amy Eye

    You turned my world upside down. It's a phrase that is thrown around quite often, without a second thought about what it could imply. What if one day the world really did start turning upside down? You can't escape it, the world isn't waiting for you to adjust. It's going to follow it's course, and give itself the biggest face life its had since T-Rex ruled the world. Jillian, Jordan, David, and Becky all come from radically different backgrounds, all with PhDs in their own fields. All four of t You turned my world upside down. It's a phrase that is thrown around quite often, without a second thought about what it could imply. What if one day the world really did start turning upside down? You can't escape it, the world isn't waiting for you to adjust. It's going to follow it's course, and give itself the biggest face life its had since T-Rex ruled the world. Jillian, Jordan, David, and Becky all come from radically different backgrounds, all with PhDs in their own fields. All four of them come to the realization something is definitely wrong in the world today. Jillian and Jordan, both working with the CDC, learn about a new disease that is killing people by the droves with no rhyme or reason. David learns the rocks he loves are not quite making sense. The way the geologists are labeling them is completely messed up. Becky is finding six legged frogs in her backyard and birds that are flying to the wrong places at the wrong times. None of these phenomenon seem to relate to each other at all, until the four meet up unexpectedly in a small town where people dying and the world seems to have changed its mind about a few laws it once had. They learn the polarities of the earth are changing. North is now south; south is now north, but this only seems to be happening in bubbles, and the bubbles are growing larger. Someone send St. Nick a change of address card and pray he survives. It took me a little while to get into this book. The storyline seemed to crawl at the beginning. The set up may have taken a little longer than necessary, but the middle and ending of the book were worth trudging through the beginning for. The plot was incredibly creepy. The end of the world has been in the forefront of many people's minds lately. This is a new twist on one scenario of the demise of the world. This book takes you for a fool a couple of times, just when you think things are finished, another curve ball has been pitched your way, and you may need to step back in order from being hit by the ball. Once you hit the midway point, do not let your guard down, or you may miss something important. The characters in the book are a bit on the "unreal" side at times, but that could be because I don't usually find myself surrounded by geniuses on a regular basis and therefore have no basis on how they would behave. I guess someone truly brilliant would be able to think things through and come up with the brilliance that occurs. The characters are lovable though. There was a character that only lasted a chapter or two that I found myself mourning when he passed. There are meaningful layers to each of these characters that make you want to slap them or hug them, depending on the situation. If you can handle the creepiness of the possible end of the world, pick this book up and give it a good chance. The story may start off slow, but you will be tightening your seat belt before it is all said and done.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sarah (Workaday Reads)

    Just when you thought you've read every possible global disaster scenario... Move aside global warming, volcanos, earthquakes and asteroids. Magnetic pole reversal is here, and it's scary. This book will have you carrying a compass, watching for strange animal behaviour and questioning every stomachache. I loved this book. It's no secret that I'm a fan of world-threatening catastrophes. This book highlighted one possibility that I haven't really seen featured very often. It did so in a dramatic y Just when you thought you've read every possible global disaster scenario... Move aside global warming, volcanos, earthquakes and asteroids. Magnetic pole reversal is here, and it's scary. This book will have you carrying a compass, watching for strange animal behaviour and questioning every stomachache. I loved this book. It's no secret that I'm a fan of world-threatening catastrophes. This book highlighted one possibility that I haven't really seen featured very often. It did so in a dramatic yet scientific way that made it seem scarily plausible. There was a romance angle to the book that I found surprising and unique. It featured a love triangle, but with an odd twist. Both of the guys' perspective and feelings were revealed, but the girl was a mystery. Yes, the story was told from her viewpoint at times, but her feelings about the guys was not revealed. I found this very unique, and really let me feel for myself which guy I wanted to root for. That was not a hard choice. I am a Jordan fan all the way. He was so sweet. Almost the stereotypical good guy, but was stubborn and intelligent enough to come to life. He is an easy character to root for. I wanted him to survive and get the girl. But I won't tell you if he did. The story is set up in a way that it may or may not happen, and you don't really know until the very end. For that reason, I won't even tell you how I felt about the end, because that would give a lot away. All I will tell you is that I loved the book overall, and obviously think you should read it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Terryann

    The earth's magnetic field is reversing. In little pockets of geography, north is south and south is north. Unfortunately, this is affecting the animals and people in a very bad way. Frogs are mutating, people are dying. I loved the characters in this book, Scudiere is very good at making you like people in the story. A good medical/end of days thriller. While it went a little sci-fi at the end, which didn't really match the rest of the story, it was very action packed and a bit romantic. The earth's magnetic field is reversing. In little pockets of geography, north is south and south is north. Unfortunately, this is affecting the animals and people in a very bad way. Frogs are mutating, people are dying. I loved the characters in this book, Scudiere is very good at making you like people in the story. A good medical/end of days thriller. While it went a little sci-fi at the end, which didn't really match the rest of the story, it was very action packed and a bit romantic.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Paganalexandria

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  8. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    I had high hopes for this book based on the cover preview, but it didn't completely live up to my hope. I love the premise: the pole are shifting and people are getting sick. It seemed very realistic, but then something happened it became a bit too hokey for me to swallow. What became the most difficult for me to appreciate was when characters started to die, but then were talking and interacting in the next chapter. I'm not sure if this is supposed to be realistic or not. The book is about diffe I had high hopes for this book based on the cover preview, but it didn't completely live up to my hope. I love the premise: the pole are shifting and people are getting sick. It seemed very realistic, but then something happened it became a bit too hokey for me to swallow. What became the most difficult for me to appreciate was when characters started to die, but then were talking and interacting in the next chapter. I'm not sure if this is supposed to be realistic or not. The book is about different groups of scientists and doctors who are trying to figure out when animals are behaving in unusual ways and why people who seem healthy are dying in surprising ways. The scientists and doctors come together in their search for the answer and they discover that there are magnetic hotspots where the strange events are occuring. They call these "shifts" and they all try to figure out why people are affected differently during the shifts. I enjoyed watching the relationship between Jordan and Jillian unfold. I think the relationship with David and Jillian was more forced and that Scudiere really told about this relationship rather than showing the development of the relationship between Jordan and Jillian.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cdavitt

    Scudiere wrote this book in a very interesting fashion. You end up reading from multiple different character perspectives. It should be noted that at times this method of writing can be confusing. Not only are you jumping from perspective to perspective but also from environment to environment, which is fine if done well. However, there are a few points in the plot where these jumps really lost me. At a particular point I found myself coming up with my own plot lines because the book's had compl Scudiere wrote this book in a very interesting fashion. You end up reading from multiple different character perspectives. It should be noted that at times this method of writing can be confusing. Not only are you jumping from perspective to perspective but also from environment to environment, which is fine if done well. However, there are a few points in the plot where these jumps really lost me. At a particular point I found myself coming up with my own plot lines because the book's had completely lost me. However, I still think that this is one of the better books I have read. This book takes you on a wild ride, covering life as a CDC field expert to contemplating euthanasia. The book covers an awful lot for just 480 pages and I think that is why it can loose you at some points. Scudiere seems to want to jump to so many ideas that some of the connections seem to get lost. But you can very easily connect the dots by contemplating what she is trying to get across or by simply rereading the paragraph with a slower more deliberate eye. In the end I truly enjoyed this book and found myself unable to put it down.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tracy M

    I hate to do this, because I used to work with the author. It feels a little bit disloyal to say that I was disappointed with this book. It started out very well, grabbing me within the first ten pages and keeping me riveted for about three-quarters of the book. And then it just ended. There was little exploration of what caused the magnetic shift or why it happened, and little discussion of what happened after it. Yet it was built up to be this gigantically important thing, and after it happene I hate to do this, because I used to work with the author. It feels a little bit disloyal to say that I was disappointed with this book. It started out very well, grabbing me within the first ten pages and keeping me riveted for about three-quarters of the book. And then it just ended. There was little exploration of what caused the magnetic shift or why it happened, and little discussion of what happened after it. Yet it was built up to be this gigantically important thing, and after it happened the characters seemed to be just like "oh. Well, okay then." The ending made the whole book mediocre.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Aleisha Allen

    Just imagine waking up and the world is coming to an end. Nothing is how it should be and your friends and family are dying all around you. A polar shift causes all this death and distraction. I could really see something like this to happen in my lifetime. Since scientists are always saying the world could come to an end. But hopefully not! This book is a science-fiction novel that follows two scientists that work at the Center of Disease control. The two scientists are a geologist and a biolog Just imagine waking up and the world is coming to an end. Nothing is how it should be and your friends and family are dying all around you. A polar shift causes all this death and distraction. I could really see something like this to happen in my lifetime. Since scientists are always saying the world could come to an end. But hopefully not! This book is a science-fiction novel that follows two scientists that work at the Center of Disease control. The two scientists are a geologist and a biologist and they hope to save what’s left of humanity. You will finish this book really quick because there is never a dull moment.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jenniferr

    Good story I liked this book mostly. It did not adequately explain what happened. I also didn’t get the resolution I wanted with the main two characters. But I enjoyed it

  13. 4 out of 5

    Janina s. Asselin

    What's the frequency, Kenneth? Sorry, just a little good with the heading☺. I really enjoyed this book. Some very interesting and different ideas. I would have given the book a 4 star rating except for the lack of character development and meandering parts of the story. I found I didn't care about the main characters and in fact, they weren't very likeable. Cared more about secondary characters like Betsy and her family. Would recommend. What's the frequency, Kenneth? Sorry, just a little good with the heading☺. I really enjoyed this book. Some very interesting and different ideas. I would have given the book a 4 star rating except for the lack of character development and meandering parts of the story. I found I didn't care about the main characters and in fact, they weren't very likeable. Cared more about secondary characters like Betsy and her family. Would recommend.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa Del valle

    This book is amazing! The concept is great! It really makes you wonder if we'll see something like this in our lifetime. The way the author writes is so natural and easy to read... the characters speak the way you think, so it doesn't seem fake or artificial. You will finish this book really quick because there is never a dull moment. This book is amazing! The concept is great! It really makes you wonder if we'll see something like this in our lifetime. The way the author writes is so natural and easy to read... the characters speak the way you think, so it doesn't seem fake or artificial. You will finish this book really quick because there is never a dull moment.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Valerie Mikles

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Loved the start, but was supremely disappointed by the mid-point. The science died half-way through. (Spoilers ahead) This had an okay beginning, as it introduced a super-cool premise. As an academic, I liked that the principle characters were also academics, and fairly well-portrayed as academics. I liked that the author treated the reader as intelligent. I got super-annoyed at the attempt at a love-triangle, especially since it was just the two men whose inner dialog ever leaned any conscious t Loved the start, but was supremely disappointed by the mid-point. The science died half-way through. (Spoilers ahead) This had an okay beginning, as it introduced a super-cool premise. As an academic, I liked that the principle characters were also academics, and fairly well-portrayed as academics. I liked that the author treated the reader as intelligent. I got super-annoyed at the attempt at a love-triangle, especially since it was just the two men whose inner dialog ever leaned any conscious thought toward it, while the woman in the middle showed no interest in either of them (at least as far as I could read into her POV scenes). It made the sex scene feel very rape-y. The story got really pedantic really fast. I almost didn't make it past the middle. Seriously, the whole book could have been 20% shorter with nothing lost. Once I figured out how little was going on in each scene, I wound up skimming a lot. Then great turning point - the worlds split. I felt like this the same way I felt about the third season of Farscape. I wanted to find spoilers so that I'd know if the story was worth finishing. (It was not, but I did.) While the concept was interesting, this is where the author seemed to give up on science or having things even try to make sense. Somehow, religion and social choices got folded in on the human side as a reason for how people split, but this was not fully developed, nor was it reflected in what was going on in the animal kingdom. (Were some animals holier than others? Only the Christian side was truly explored; what about other religions?) While the search for a scientific explanation and solution motivated the front half of the novel, in the back half, that avenue was completely abandoned, and nothing rose to take its place (except a suicide pact that took far too long to execute). I thought maybe they'd use the knowledge of the shifted light to merge the worlds back together and have to work together between the two worlds to do so, but no. It just devolved, and rather than save the world, or even save their families, the scope became smaller and smaller, until two love birds laughed their way into the sunset of a post-apocalyptic world that didn't seem to be experiencing any sort of apocalypse at all.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Robert H. Baker

    Science Fiction or Science Fact? One of the best science fiction books I've read in many years. Resonance is right up there with the best of Arthur C. Clarke and Isaac Asmov. AJ Scudiere creates a plot of alternate universes and a reversal of the earth's polarity in which nothing is quite as it seems and yet it is all so much more than it should be. You won't be able to put this book down once you start it. It moves like lightning and you will be confused at times but you'll be compelled to keep Science Fiction or Science Fact? One of the best science fiction books I've read in many years. Resonance is right up there with the best of Arthur C. Clarke and Isaac Asmov. AJ Scudiere creates a plot of alternate universes and a reversal of the earth's polarity in which nothing is quite as it seems and yet it is all so much more than it should be. You won't be able to put this book down once you start it. It moves like lightning and you will be confused at times but you'll be compelled to keep reading. Now that I've finished it, my first task is to find other titles by AJ and lose myself once again.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Carol Langley Hensley

    Probably the strangest book I have ever read I enjoyed Resonance. However, when things started to get unusual around two-thirds of the way through the book, things got a bit freaky, and I got very irritated. I even explained to my husband why I was so irked. After finishing the book, it all comes together and now makes sense (or, as much sense as it can make with that highly unusual ending). I don't believe I could ever even thought up that kind of a twist, but it worked! Kudos to Mr. Scudiere! I Probably the strangest book I have ever read I enjoyed Resonance. However, when things started to get unusual around two-thirds of the way through the book, things got a bit freaky, and I got very irritated. I even explained to my husband why I was so irked. After finishing the book, it all comes together and now makes sense (or, as much sense as it can make with that highly unusual ending). I don't believe I could ever even thought up that kind of a twist, but it worked! Kudos to Mr. Scudiere! I will be reading the rest of his work now!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer K.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I very much enjoyed reading his book it was interesting on several levels the characters were great and though the story was a little confusing with the sides going back and forth it was a great concept. I also enjoy the fact that even though it seemed like a apocalyptic sort of story in the end you find that it was nature no man who brought this on. Right now several of the other stories I’ve read in this book it’s always man man versus society so it’s nice to have something lately different. K I very much enjoyed reading his book it was interesting on several levels the characters were great and though the story was a little confusing with the sides going back and forth it was a great concept. I also enjoy the fact that even though it seemed like a apocalyptic sort of story in the end you find that it was nature no man who brought this on. Right now several of the other stories I’ve read in this book it’s always man man versus society so it’s nice to have something lately different. Keep writing and I’ll keep reading!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Valerie Fidder

    A real page-turner One of the things I like about King's writing is he can make the reader believe that the macabre is possible. Scudiere goes one step further, using science to predict a plausible apocalyptic event. I don't want to go into the details and make my review a spoiler, but I'm definitely reading his other books in this "series" (quotations because each book is truly a stand-alone novel with connections, and not a true series). A real page-turner One of the things I like about King's writing is he can make the reader believe that the macabre is possible. Scudiere goes one step further, using science to predict a plausible apocalyptic event. I don't want to go into the details and make my review a spoiler, but I'm definitely reading his other books in this "series" (quotations because each book is truly a stand-alone novel with connections, and not a true series).

  20. 4 out of 5

    laura katz

    Great read. Too bad Jordan and Jillian did not end as a couple But I would like to think that. It is an interesting concept of two worlds existing on the same plan it has been explored before but not is in this s t Way

  21. 4 out of 5

    T C

    Eerie Great Read Up front, I am not a sci-fi reader. BUT, this book while technically sci-fi, kept me glued to my kindle! It is not a wild, can't believe type story. It is a wild read and you will feel like you have whiplash by the time you have read half of the book. Eerie Great Read Up front, I am not a sci-fi reader. BUT, this book while technically sci-fi, kept me glued to my kindle! It is not a wild, can't believe type story. It is a wild read and you will feel like you have whiplash by the time you have read half of the book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Wow! Resonance is a standalone book that has a very different take on polar shifts. I was not expecting it to be as involved as it was. Definitely worth reading. There are enough twists and turns in this book that you aren't really sure what is going on until the end. Wow! Resonance is a standalone book that has a very different take on polar shifts. I was not expecting it to be as involved as it was. Definitely worth reading. There are enough twists and turns in this book that you aren't really sure what is going on until the end.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Stewart

    Great book. Couldn't put it down. Keep me on the edge of my seat the whole time. Look forward to more books by Mr.AJ Scudiere. Great book. Couldn't put it down. Keep me on the edge of my seat the whole time. Look forward to more books by Mr.AJ Scudiere.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Abbott

    Great Read and story I really enjoyed this book. It kept you reading and it flowed well. Very interesting and the plot was well thought of!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Karina Halt

    I good and different read. Very interesting, but went in a completely different direction than I thought when I started reading it. Recommended

  26. 4 out of 5

    Katherine Coble

    4.25 stars. Good summer read. I love these kinds of books with experts and scientific theories. It’s the best sort of escapism.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Essie Hicks

    Resonance Loved this book with it’s interesting concept. Had me reading non stop! I couldn’t put it down and was very upset when I had to work ☹️😂😍

  28. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    Very interesting, although it was a tad long. Book was a tad too long and drawn out, and the ending was disappointing. I did really enjoy the book premise and the characters.

  29. 5 out of 5

    barry lindfield

    Twin worlds This is my second book by this author and it was as good as the first. With enough twists and turns to keep you hooked. Definitely recommend it to anyone.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Barbara McClure

    Great book Enjoyed reading this book. Hard to put down. Can’t wait to get into her other books. How have I missed finding her?

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