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I read the first two books recently - BRAINRUSH: (Book One) and The Enemy of My Enemy (Brainrush 2). Action, paranormal thrills, great in-depth characters. So I was very excited to get an Advanced Reading Copy of "Brainrush 3: Beyond Judgement."
This book starts out six years after the ending of book two. Protagonist Jake Bronson was in a coma and when he came out of it, he had lost his memory (and that's a lot of things to forget). Because of this memory lapse, it took ME a while at the beginning of the book to get wrapped back up in the story again. But once I figured out what the author had done with Jake, the roller coaster ride was on again.
Short chapters lend themselves to a lightning speed read, with our characters going from Italy to Switzerland to a tropical island in the Banda Sea this time around. And the locations are described in detail by the author. I definitely now want to visit Venice.
There's not as much paranormal activity in this book, which I missed. There is more time given to Jake's autistic children, which I loved. There are still rough-tough soldiers, techno toys, geeks, damsels in distress, another dastardly villain, and more tight spaces to trigger my claustrophobia as in the other two books.
I received this in the mail yesterday and stayed up all night to finish it. It's that good. I would suggest you read the first two books if you haven't so you get the backstory. And then get this one when it comes out in July. You won't be disappointed.
He has lost his memory and instead of many languages, only speaks Italian (odd for an American). The story begins in Florence, he is doing street art but gives the women green flecked eyes, he is aware that for some reason he must be anonymous. He is spotted, instinct takes over and he runs, not knowing why or from who but only that they want him dead.
Jake was accidently enhanced and is key to communicating with a race that, practically at the dawn of man, recognized our potential for violence, and buried many devices on the earth, that could only be awakened by an enhanced mind. Jake was it, he awoke two devices. The devices were designed to enable an ancient race to determine if we had evolved as a civilized species or as one who might potentially be dangerous to them, if the latter, bye bye mankind.
Some artifacts had been found many years ago, and were known to governments and studied secretly, others were known by secret groups, one of them "The Order", understood they were to be used by ancient aliens to judge us.
They welcomed this, they became a cult awaiting and longing for judgment day, when only the righteous would be saved. (This was not about religion. In this group there were representatives from every race, culture and religious or non-religious belief, the common concept was that they were the ones meant to restart a new and better earth. Most were not aware of how actively the elite worked to doom the rest of mankind.)
The stakes are the very highest and Jake is not in the best shape to deal with this. His family and his friends are stretched to the limit to save him and themselves and mankind from destruction.
A rousing adventure. Some saw this as series of movies, I think it would make a good limited run TV series, each book a year.
A man wakes from a coma, not knowing his past yet finds himself being chased. A couple edges toward their happily ever after in what is to be a spectacular wedding. The chased man is spotted by a young member of the wedding party. Is this the missing Best Man? There are many more questions as the plot thickens. Will the end of the world, prevent them being answered?
This book has so many twists, turns, and questions that need answers. Mr. Bard has a way of drawing the reader into the adventure and not letting go until the very end. Even then you want to know more. I believe this entire series should be a major movie marathon not unlike the Die Hard series.
Warning: This book is for Mature Audiences due to adult language, mild sexual situations, and moderately graphic violence.
Can't wait until I can get the last 4 books of the series.