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Four different folks from four different worlds affected by a series of digits and the image of a catfish.
In T. L. Hines ?Faces in the Fire: Where lives Collide? I was intrigued by the weaving of the storyline; somewhat educated about cyber fraud and assassins; and entertained by the intersection of the four main characters.
After reading ?Waking Lazarus? (the story of a man who clinically died three times but was alive at the end of the novel), I was anxious to read more of T. L. Hines work. He writing is witty, humorous, and cleverly interesting.
There are four ?stanzas? to the book each telling the story of one of the four main characters at a crucial point in their lives. Some scenes are revisited from other viewpoints depending on which stanza you are reading.
First there is Kurt, the truck driver/sculptor who faces the fire with his odd but entertaining ability to hear voices from its previous owners.
Then the terminal cancer patient Corrine, who is computer whiz who utilized her talent in the ?bottom feeder? field of computer fraud.
And, then there is Grace whose abandonment of her family and career as a tattoo artist has her seeing images in her artistry.
And finally Stan, the reluctant assassin with the strange ability to kill with his touch.
Each stanza weaves a thread that flows nicely together at the ending (which is somewhat unique as well).
This is my second T. L. Hines book and he is quickly becoming my favorite suspense author especially since he can weave such an interesting story using ability alone adding none of the vulgar and profane elements.
Vessel Project Book Reviewer
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