"one of the most interesting books I have ever come across"
He shouldn't have taken the picture. He knew that. Did it
anyway. Max Leszek had a good career going in the Air
Force; he was working on a top-secret project doing
maintenance when he just "Had" to have a photo of the
Craft. This is a Federal Offense and you know you always
get caught. Max doesn't even know why he did it, actually.
After the scare of a court martial, Max becomes a Monitor
in the Remote Viewing program.
This program was built around one of the most powerful
psychics ever found, a girl named Alicia. Alicia
can "View" events as they happen, giving the government a
boost on terrorism, drug deals, murders, etc. Max becomes
her Monitor, the person assisting the Viewer by writing
down her observations. They become a team, then lovers.
Alicia disappears and the FBI, along with many others, is
on the hunt to find her.
This is one of the most interesting books I have ever come
across. The plot was believable and the back story was
fantastic! Well-written characters and each chapter
beginning with a quote of some sort really kept my
attention. I will be looking into Mr. Morawski's other
novels to see how this one measures up! Very good read!!
Reviewed by Nancy Eriksen
Posted August 28, 2008