Synchronicity, Michaelbrent Collings

Wow, wow, wow!
It’s hard for me to write this review because I made very few notes while reading, which happens when I’m drawn into a story. You start not entirely sure of what is going on with “the machine,” but Collings creates this need in the reader to find out what is going on. So you keep reading and before you know it, two hours have passed.

I’ve read a few Collings books, and Synchronicity is a bit of a departure from the slow-creeping horrors he writes. The alternating points of view and the writing style are reminiscent of Koontz in that he gives you pieces of the puzzle that will work their way together as you read. It’s a fast-paced thriller that is next-level smart with characters who are endearing and real. I adored every moment of reading it.

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Synchronicity is available on Amazon for 99 cents, it’s enrolled in KU.

About the Book:
Some call it the Machine.
Some call it the SINC.
It’s the most dangerous thing ever created.
And it’s fallen into the wrong hands.

Tyler “Book” Malcolm has lived a life on the run. Off the grid, out of sight of the authorities. Hoping to escape a terrifying secret; to outrun what he has seen and what he has done.

Kane is an assassin who, with the help of the Machine, possesses the ability to assume the identity of anyone he wishes. He can strike without warning, and kill without mercy. Stronger than a dozen men, faster than sight itself, he can be anywhere, anytime.

When Book catches Kane’s eye, he discovers the world is even more dangerous than he knew. Book must ally himself with people who, like him, know that Kane is on the verge of remaking the world in his image.

But how do you know who to trust, when the man who wants you dead can be anyone he pleases?

How can you fight for the ones you love…
…when you can’t even believe who you see? 

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