GoodReads 5 star review for Doubt – Among Us Trilogy
We want to highlight Day 4 of our book blog tour by sharing a 5 star review on GoodReads. We are giving the GoodReads reviewer Brisny Honorary Truth Seeker membership for taking the time to write the review.
Check out the review below or click on the image and read it on #GoodReads.
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Here are some details about Doubt, book 1 of the Among Us Trilogy.
Do you love shows like J.J. Abrams’ Fringe and read books like Cassandra Clare’s City of Bones?
“Doubt” mashes fringe science, corporate espionage and paranormal encounters to catapult you into an out-of-this-world experience. At 21 years old, Harry and Cristal are fresh out of university with their PhD’s. Labeled all their lives as being ‘weird’ and ‘geeky’, they find true friendships with other outcasts by playing online virtual reality games. Harry Doubt, a genius programmer and creator of the popular online game ‘Truth Seekers’, has a personal mission to find his mother who went mysteriously missing. He enlists his gaming friends to join in helping him find her and their own missing loved ones. During Harry’s missions, Cristal and the team of ‘Truth Seekers’ stumble upon things that make them doubt the reality of their own lives when they realize there are supernatural forces living among them. This triggers the beginning of the ‘end of the world’ as they know it.
My developmental editor, book launch team and I had the pleasure of launching my latest book, Doubt, book 1 of the Among Us Trilogy at the Rain Dance Book Festival.
Take a sneak peek at some chapters… and buy it if you like it! Oh okay, we were told by our developmental editor that you’re not obliged to buy… just share and tell your friends – hey, we had to try, right? Just in case, we’ve included the buy info below…
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Genre – Young Adult, Paranormal, Science Fiction, Thriller
Rating – G