The Mayan Case Kindle Edition
|Length: 186 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Filled with excellent descriptions of the locale, "Touching Spirits" is an enjoyable read.
Touching Spirits: The Mayan Case is a good read with a paranormal plot that is unique. The story takes place in Central America and relies heavily on the mystique of the Mayan culture, specifically the premise that many Mayans (unknown to modern-day citizens) still exist in a "loose" network, ready to congregate when their foes attempt to loose evil on the world. There is plenty of action with strange, telepathic happenings, a death a minute and, of course, a hurricane, all interwoven with a love story in the most unexpected place.
While this is a good read, I only gave it three stars because to get all five out of me, it has to be great literature, and it is not. It would be a lovely book for the obligatory light reading and entertainment classed as "summer reads", and I can picture myself on a cabin porch or beach (as you prefer) devouring this one in a day. It is entirely worth the cost, and is you are a fan of above-ordinary odd thrillers, this a book for you.
Cody was a cop in Amsterdam until his wife left him. While living in Amsterdam he was a victim in a strange shooting - which we learn the why/how later in the book. He moved to California to rest and to help his grandmother out. But because of haunting dreams and the fear that someone was watching him, he left for fear that he was jeopardizing his grandmothers life and feared she was in danger. He ended up in the Caribbean, living in a one room hut on the ocean with a cat, a frog and a waxed-legged spider for roommates. He learned the Mayan "way" and learned to follow the Mayan spirits.
I felt the ending was anti-climatic after the long anticipated build up. But overall I enjoyed the book a lot. Mr. Hill I would like to read another story about Cody and Clarissa.
The story on the whole needs better editing for grammatical and punctuation errors.
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I read "Touching Spirits: The Mayan Case" as I thought it sounded like an interesting thriller.Read more
*** Story concept: ORIGINAL
**Plot: WEAK IN SEGMENTS