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It is turning into a case of physician, heal thyself for psychiatrist Dr. Holland Banks, who is suffering from terrifying dreams and a loud ringing in her ears that's starting to sound like voices. The last thing Holly wants to do is get involved in her father's newest human genome project. Unbeknownst to her, Dr. Leland Banks and his Genomere Foundation have already been playing God and furthering a new mutation.

Investigative journalist Jeff McQueen is desperate to contact Holly. He also hears voices, and Holly's is coming through loud and clear. When Jeff crashes a reception attended by Holly and her father, he's arrested and taken to a mental ward. Holly is astonished to discover that the voices quiet down when she touches Jeff. Soon they realize what they're hearing are other people's thoughts.

Jeff and Holly are at the center of a world-changing storm, and there are factions that would like to eliminate them permanently. Together, they must try to find the answers for their own sanity and safety.

Leave it to the amazing Susan Squires to come up with another highly original and intensely riveting paranormal thriller. Filled with loads of twists and turns, this is one book that will keep you captivated until the very last page. (Oct., 406 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith