Tuesday, November 24, 2015

The Dream Beings by Aaron J. French


"Born with a mysterious gift he never wanted... a gift that could mean his death."

When Jack Evens's name appears in blood at the scene of a grotesque ritualistic murder, the private investigator is drawn into a conflict that extends beyond reality, into the realm of dreams...and nightmares.

A serial killer is after him, but this is no ordinary psychopath. This killer is controlled by mysterious creatures from another realm. If he hopes to survive, Jack must finally come to terms with his psychic ability, a gift that has haunted him since he was a child.

At stake are the women the killer has targeted, Jack's own life, and something much more...something of cosmic proportions."

This was a quick read, and while the premise was good and the description was promising, I just really couldn't get into much. While I did think the idea of a psychic private eye was a good one, the "dream beings" themselves made the story a little hard for me to follow and the too frequent mention of the serial killer's pimples seemed an unnecessary distraction. I would give it 2 and a half out of 5 stars

I received an advance copy for review.

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