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Double Visions Paperback – November 23, 2011
"...a nail biter of a mystery which ends with a distinct sci-fi twist." -Cindy Taylor, Allbooks Review (Nexus, 5 star)
"Double Visions" is a double pack of novels from N. E. Walker ... very much recommended." -Midwest Book Review
About the Author
N. E. Walker lives in Tampa, Florida, with his talented wife Barb (counselorbarb.com) and their Persian watchcat Misha, who will growl if someone knocks on the door. Learn more about N. E. Walker at ne-walker.com, "Journeys to the Edge of Reality."
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Top Customer Reviews
In the shorter story (about 20,000 words), Purgatory, N.E. Walker paints vivid pictures as Glen tries to reconcile the voices from his wife, daughter, and a number of doctors with the nightmarish images he encounters as his brain struggles to put the pieces of his life back together. I found the sources for the imagery believable and entertaining. Mr. Walker has a twisted sense of humor.
In Nexus Mr. Walker spends more time developing his characters and exploits his descriptive prose to its fullest. It is rather disturbing to watch Joe descend into madness. He is a nice guy who feels like he has been wronged and only wants justice. As the plot moves forward reality starts to shift and twist around on itself and the roller coaster begins. Besides getting a little too wordy at times the story moves at a nice pace. This story is original, entertaining, and thought provoking. If you are a reader who enjoys psychological thrillers, I think you will enjoy both of these stories.
I found no significant editing issues in Purgatory and a small number of editing issues in Nexus. The most jarring was the character named Rick was called Jack a few times, there was not a character named Jack.
**Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy. ** June 4, 2013