Monday, July 16, 2012

Review of Joe by H.D. Gordon

by H.D. Gordon

     Where do heroes come from? Sometimes heroes are just every day men and women who do the right thing, whether they possess courage or not. They do not do it for the glory, but just because it IS the right thing to do. Joe is this type of remarkable unassuming hero.

     Joe is more than your average college student. She has the gift of clairvoyance. She will argue as to whether it is a gift or a curse. Though she often claims that she is not a hero, she will take heroic steps to make sure that her horrific vision will not become reality.

     H.D. Gordon gives us a rare glimpse into the horrific mind of a murderous psychotic. We are also introduced to some special and gifted people. An incredible story with a suspensefully climactic ending that will have you on the edge of your seat flipping pages just as quickly as you can read.

     If I had to give some criticism about this book, it would be my usual complaint. The editor should have taken the time for another read through, or maybe even two. But even with the annoyingly plentiful errors, the plot itself is quite remarkable and highly entertaining. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys suspenseful thrillers with a touch of the paranormal on the side.

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