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Destructive Interference: The Devastation of Matthew Morrisey (Paranormal Tales from Wales) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B0725R89V6
- Publication date : May 17, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 2132 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 315 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #936,433 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Matthew Morrisey and his family have been through a rough time recently. What with their daughter, Abi, battling leukaemia and the long hours at work to land the account for the new water vehicle the army can use, they could use some family time together at Christmas. Abi’s present from their neighbour, however, needs new batteries so Matthew sets off to the local store on Christmas day to buy some. Outside the shop he encounters a homeless man and does something he would not normally do—he gives him money. Little does he know that his return home will not be as expected. His family have disappeared from, his neighbours don’t recognise him and some form of authorities seems to be after him. What is going on?
The author has taken two realities to show us what could have happened to Matthew based on an accident that may or may not have happened when he was young. Each reality depicts a completely different life for Matthew—one from rags to riches and the other from hero to zero. The realities are intertwined with each other as the characters play roles in each. The story ends with the possibility of what happens when someone is given opportunities and runs with them or has things taken away and doesn’t know how to cope.
I kept turning pages to see where the story was going as I understood the paranormal twist to it, but I didn’t really feel it as such. I wasn’t really drawn in by the characters and felt that some were OTT while others just blended in. The ending threw me because even with the author’s explanation of destructive interference it felt like he was saying no good deed goes unpunished and it left me with a bitter taste in my mouth.
I’m not sure what I expected but I felt ambivalent at the end and it was one of those books that didn’t make a lasting impact on me.
How many of us, can go out if we know what's going to be in the next minutes? Well author M.C.Carter knows just because he wrote it.
The plot is interesting how things go upside down in secs. The main character is well crafted and the secondary where well deep in surround Matthew during the ordeal.
All the roads go to Rome, well Rome is still here. You'll see...
I had to laught sometimes, that helps keep me reading at some not so laughlable parts.
Ahhh, but Mr. Carter is crafty and some well placed twist and bends helps. The End where in part a surprise or not. Mr. Carter always got my side.
I support Indie authors, they make an interesting twist on writing. The Publishers Houses had to be following more of them because they're are writing incredible stories.
I'm very honest with my Reviews, not only for me, the author or other readers, how an author know when did something good or need improvement?
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My opinions are my own. You can find me at Amazon under: MASTERI
Top reviews from other countries
I usually know from the first few pages wether I'll try a second book I knew from the first few lines this time.
The book held my attention with it's intriguing plots and I found it very hard to put down.
Reviews I always find difficult to write as i never want to reveal spoilers so all incan say is "don't miss this author" you won't regret it...
A brilliant start explaining everything well had me gripped.
Excellent details throughout.
Already looking forward to the next book