In this gritty “Dark Knight” meets “The Wire” superhero series, an ex-con tries to overcome his blackouts and memory loss with the help of his prison psychiatrist. Along with his returning memories, he finds evidence that his daughter and grandson are in grave danger from a brutal killer with a grudge. But he also discovers a side to his personality that only comes out during his blackouts: a superhero with telepathic powers. As he finds himself in a complex world of betrayal, dangerous alien biotechnology, and a dimensional rift to a world of waking nightmares, can he bring together the fragments of his broken mind in time to save his family, or is everything he thinks he knows just another figment of a deluded killer’s imagination?
REVIEW of a NEW RELEASE!!
WOW!!! Carrico did a fantastic job. This story was powerful and compelling from the start. While I only had a partial ARC to review, this book as inspired me to read more by Carrico. He is now one of my new favorite authors and I'm looking forward to getting my hands on the complete book as well as anxiously awaiting the next installment.
If his other books are on this same level, which I'm sure they are, I can see how Carrico has become a best selling author.
About Gregory Carrico:
When not creating new worlds and plotting their destruction, he advocates for adopting rescue dogs, and politely urges slower drivers to get out of the passing lane.
Book one of Sand
Tales from the Mist:
Children of the Plague: