Dyslexic Reader

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Yesterday’s Thief by Al Macy

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I won this book from Library things for an honest and fair review.

Yesterday’s Thief revolves around P.I Dr. Eric Beckman, who has a doctorate in neurobiology and also happens to be able to read minds. Only one person knows his secret his college friend and neurosurgeon and use his friends skill to help find out things about coma patients. Eric is called in to consult when I women materialised in the middle of a baseball field in the middle of a game. This starts the journey into time travel, jewelery thief, and a world where there is a shortish of electrify.

The concept of the book was really interesting, and the story was very fast passed the only problem that the story is  so jam pack that i found it a little difficult to keep up and not get to confused with the different threads of the story. I am interested to see what happens next with Eric and his friends as Al Macy has created so many interesting character in this book.

Thanks for reading

Gem

One thought on “Yesterday’s Thief by Al Macy

  1. pianoal

    Hi,

    Many thanks for that review!

    I understand what you mean about the fast pace. My goal for the third book in this series, Democracy’s Thief, is to slow things down a bit.

    I think you’ll enjoy the book that follows Yesterday’s Thief. It’s called Sanity’s Thief, and in it Eric has to work together with the inmates of a psychiatric hospital. No dyslexics, but many other illnesses. It’s available on Amazon, and I’m running a giveaway on LibraryThing right now.

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