Fault Lines

Fault LInesAuthor: Thomas Locke

Series: Fault Lines

Publisher: Revell

Release Date: August 1, 2017

Rating: 5 Stars

Reviewer: Jessica Higgins

As riveting as always, Locke throws his series in the opposite direction!

Charlie Hazard is a security specialist and is very good at his job. One day, a young woman named Gabriella Speciale shows up and throws a wrench into his work and his life.  After a high-speed chase when they manage to get away from some rouge bikers, Gabriella talks Charlie into becoming a part of a secret psychological experiment which changes Charlie’s perspective on life.  There is corporate opposition that is threatened by what breakthroughs might occur by this group and they are out to put an end to the research and to the team.  After relocating the lab from Florida to Europe, Charlie must decide how to best protect his team and to find if he can trust Gabriella.

So, this seemed to be more of a prequel to the first two installments. When reading Trial Run, Charlie is already part of the team and here we get to see his first interactions with Gabriella and see how more of this started.  It was a little confusing at first, but then it all started falling into place.  Granted, I had to go back and reread Trial Run so that I could remember everything that had gone on previously and I’m glad that I did!  I had to put everything b ack into perspective with Charlie, Gabriella, Brett, and of course Reese Clawson.  She just keeps reappearing like a bad penny.

This series has been really fun to read as it makes me look at the world differently. What if what they are doing is actually true; being able to have a conscious out of body experience and witness what else is happening in the world would be incredible.  If you haven’t started this series, I highly recommend starting with this one and then moving onto Trial Run and Flash Point.  It will make it seem like one quick story!

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. The views and opinions expressed within are my own.

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