Voices - A Special Abilities Novel Series

Rated 3.50/5 based on 4 reviews
You’ll love this fast paced story from beginning to end packed with tons of action romance and laughs. Wilson entered college looking for fun, pizza, and friends. But found himself in a group of students rounded up by the government for their unique talents. In their 1st semester Wilsons group would be asked to not only pass all their classes but also save the world. Read book 2 "VISION" out now
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About Brad Mann

Married longer than I can remember, and just now getting it right... per my lovely wife. Two sons that are the nicest two people I know. Very blessed indeed. Currently living in Michigan and wanting to move to Florida again someday... miss it bad!

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Review by: Marilyn McPherson on Sep. 30, 2011 :
Brad, I really enjoyed your book. It was fast paced and kept leading me to unexpected places. I thought your ideas were original and most importantly, you have a great gift for story telling. I could visualize many of the scenes clearly, and I really liked the giant kitty cat. I think when the book is free, people should forgive a few errors here and there. Thanks for sharing your work.
(review of free book)

Review by: kylaccv on Feb. 22, 2011 :
I loved this book! I really think you do more with this theme. Or maybe when Melissa is a college student.
(review of free book)

Review by: C S McClellan on Jan. 31, 2011 :
It sounded like a very interesting plot idea. Unfortunately, it only took a half dozen pages or so to realize that it was a good idea spoiled. The author is in serious need of some grammar lessons, especially in the use of commas and apostrophes. He also gets bogged down in petty details that do nothing to enhance the story or move it forward. This seems to be a first draft by a beginning writer, and shouldn't have been offered to the public without extensive rewriting and editing. Being free doesn't make it better.
(review of free book)

Review by: Denise Cramer on Sep. 09, 2010 :
I thought the story was good and for fiction was for the most part believable. I had a little trouble getting past all the typos and grammatical errors. I think with a good editor this book would do well. I am glad to see there is an open ending so we can get a sequel out of it. It's an easy fun read, I do recomend it.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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