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Not your run-of-the-mill mystery, Split Sense is exciting and fast paced, filled with suspense and accompanied by intrigue, family secrets, and the ability to hold my attention from beginning to end. When I set this book aside to tend to my daily activities or go to work each day, I looked forward to when I’d have the time to pick it up again and resume reading.
This is the amazing story of Alexander Howard, a.k.a. Zander, and his twin sister, Emma Tatum, separated at birth and reunited as teens. Pairing up with a Minnesota senator, the greedy scientist and CEO of Howard Pharmaceuticals, Inc., delves into the secret undercover world of experimental drugs, and Zander and Emma find themselves the unsuspecting targets his unscrupulous scheme.
Taking place in the Twin Cities, the settings are well painted, and the flow of the story is maintained at a perfect page-turning pace. This unusual and unique plot is filled with multifaceted characters ~ some faith-filled, some faithless ~ who are caught up in a web of intrigue and are battling in a war of good v. evil; some yearning to heal, while others are given to harm in the name of greed, riches and notoriety. An unexpected twist at the end left me thinking, “Ah-ha! Now I know why “such and such” happened to “so and so” earlier in the story.”
Barbara worked magic in her ability to tell a tale that kept me interested from page one. This novel will definitely do the same for you. From kidnapping and murder to miraculous healing and reunion, Split Sense, written as speculative fiction, gives it to us. Pick up a copy of Split Sense for yourself. Once you open the cover, you won’t be putting it down any time soon.
Brink's characters are realistic, and she allows her readers to inhale and exhale. The author, through her characters takes on the scientific community and doesn't back away from faith-driven miracles. As a Christian I enjoyed the spiritual element. It was woven into a few of the character's lives realistically, but won't offend readers who believe differently.
While Split Sense is an adult novel, I am looking forward to introducing the teens in my life to this story without hesitation.
Because I like the writing, I have also ordered the author's other books, Entangled, Crushed, Running Home, and Alias Black Raven. I'll be back to let you know how I like them, but expect to like them very much.
As the characters untangle the mess, evil roars up to hinder the good. Some must determine where their hearts lie.
The innocent and the not-so-innocent are swept over in the rush to power and riches.
You will enjoy a pleasant, CLEAN, moderately Christian, story of how integrity wins out to save the life of an infant, placing her in the twisted intrigue at the point where she can befriend and join a twin brother from whom she was separated at birth to help good triumph. Just about the time you think you have it figured out, something will change quickly and take you down another path in the maze. A story that is believable and therefore more scary!
Split Sense was a worthy candidate for and recipient of the 2011 Grace Award which is given to books that are uplifting and inspiring.