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I gave this book five stars. There was a lot of research done to write this captivating book.
Michael James Lewis, aka Mike was a geophysicist working outside Cairo in 1998 when he was thirty. He discovered from a co-worker that he had a special gift. He had spent fifteen years denying his gift of visions.
"After a light dinner, I went to the gym for a grueling workout. It was something I did nearly every night of the week. When on a jobsite, I bought a temporary pass to the nearest gym. My body was lean and hard from the punishment I gave it, but that’s what I needed to find restful sleep."
Mike has a weekly housekeeper, Maria. He realizes there's not a lot of dirt but his living area needs attention. "As a dedicated bachelor, I’m tidy. I subscribe to the rules left over from childhood. If you open it, close it. If you break it, fix it. If you get it out, put it back, and so forth. Nevertheless, dust accumulates and any home takes on a stale odor when windows and doors remain closed for long intervals."
Here is Mike's description of his visions as he tells it to Nelson, who is the first person he ever told. "'Here it is in a nutshell: every time I close my eyes I see visions in a kaleidoscope. It is not the kaleidoscope of childhood filled with pretty-colored glass. It’s a kaleidoscope filled with black and white images of the future. It crackles and sparkles like the one I had as a kid, but rather than geometric shapes, this one shows broken images of future events.Read more ›
At age 30 Michael James Lewis (aka `Dr Mike') is a geophysicist assigned to a survey team in Cairo where Mike meets an Egyptian man named Adom who informs Mike he has a gift - a frightening ability to see the future whenever he closed his eyes - the view with his eyes closed was that of a kaleidoscope. `At first, the images were blurry and unclear. Mike wasn't sure what he was seeing.Read more ›
The story of 44-year old protagonist Mike Lewis's discovery of a psychic ability he neither wants nor understands is a thought-provoking and suspense-filled psychological look into the mind of a man who has denied the existence of his visions since childhood. To his few friends, he has an enviable life with a job that pays well, allows him to fly around the world for work that he enjoys on more or less his own schedule, and as a handsome, fit man, he can pretty much have any woman he wants. Even Mike believes his life is pretty good, but he has become a creature of habit and something indefinable is missing. He has arranged his life so that he does not have to look at any of it too closely, until he meets Adom, an Egyptian who works for the same company. At a single touch by Adom, Mike's suppressed "sixth sense" kicks into overdrive and he begins seeing visions of things that come true whenever he closes his eyes, but he sees them as if he's looking at them through a kaleidoscope. Because of this, he cannot make sense out of them until after the event happens. The visions frighten him and he tries For years to ignore them, but over time the denial of his gift takes a toll on him. He can't sleep and goes to a psychiatrist friend for help. With his assistance, Mike begins to learn how to control his reaction to the visions and how to figure out what they mean.Read more ›
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Mike Lewis, a confirmed bachelor and PhD geologist, leads an idyllic life. He travels all over the world doing short assignments for GSM. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Pamela J. Peerce Landers
I was given this book by the author because I had written a review of a book that she thought might be similar, but that does not affect the review that I will write. Read morePublished 27 days ago by BEC in Iowa
Not being much into books with a paranormal theme, I was surprised to be captivated by Kaleidoscope. Read morePublished 28 days ago by A.E. Prero
I truly enjoyed this book. I will read the next one. I hope you keep the series going. Love Mke's character.Published 1 month ago by NLG
This book drags you in until you can't get out of it grasps. It started off slow and it first read liked a journal of events. Read morePublished 1 month ago by TDC Book Reviews
This was a good book and a good start to the series. I've always been interested in psychic and paranormal phenomena. Psychic abilities fascinate me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Missy Richmond
This is an interesting book with an interesting plot. It'll keep you turning pages. Occasionally you have to suspend disbelief in order avoid getting hung up on some improbability,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Russ Lewis