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Psychic powers, telepathically, romance..end fizzles.
on October 24, 2003
Author has constructed a plot with as many layers as an onion, and each of these "layers" has been lain out as advanced psychic powers, the experimenting on men from an elite military squadron. The men, lead by Ryland, are separated and caged like lab rats in an underground facility where they have learned to communicate with each other telepathically, a talent Lily has had since birth. In true romance form, Lily and Ryland share an instant attraction, which leads to a few intriguing sexual liaisons, which aren't all that believable. Interesting concept, but is need of an occasional need of other alternatives and of the consequences of those ideas suggested as it does begin with a fast pace, but fizzles three-quarters of the way through. This isn't the best novel I've read this month, but it is a book worth considering if you don't value your time and have a couple of hours you wish to squander. With some changes and better dialogue this might make a passable film, but would require work on the authors part.