Free eBook Mindjacker download

by Sean Patrick Reardon

Free eBook Mindjacker download ISBN: 1453654755
Author: Sean Patrick Reardon
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 21, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 268
Category: Unexplained Phenomenons
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense
Size MP3: 1877 mb
Size FLAC: 1850 mb
Rating: 4.6
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by Sean Patrick Reardon. When wealthy Russian investors contract . psychologist Joel Fischer to develop a device to manipulate minds, the DreemWeever exceeds all expectations

by Sean Patrick Reardon. psychologist Joel Fischer to develop a device to manipulate minds, the DreemWeever exceeds all expectations. Everything is on track for delivery and a big payday, until two adventurous stoners steal his Dodge Challenger that, unknown to them, contains the DreemWeever in its trunk.

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MINDJACKER: A Crime Thriller.

Reardon began his theological education at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, then attended St. Anselm's College, and the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome, Italy, followed later at St. Tikhon's Orthodox Seminary in South Canaan, Pennsylvania.

When wealthy Russian investors contract L.A. psychologist Joel Fischer to develop a device to manipulate minds, the DreemWeever exceeds all expectations. Everything is on track for delivery and a big payday, until two adventurous stoners steal his Dodge Challenger that, unknown to them, contains the DreemWeever in its trunk. Fischer and his crew have two days to get it back or he dies.
User reviews
Malaris
The extremely short sections introducing characters who had no discernible connection made the first third of the book feel very disjointed and difficult to follow. It also meant that I sometimes had to scan earlier chapters or even reread previous chapters in their entirety in order to refresh my memory about what I'd read the night before and who the characters were. There were far too many unnecessary details, FAR too many song references (the author apparently has a vast playlist of favorites and seems to be quite proud of his knowledge of certain genres of music) and a few unexplained movie references. To top it off, it's only in the last 3 sentences of the book that you even get an idea of what might have been the purpose of the Dream Weaver project, and the ending just left too many unanswered questions. I did finish reading it, but was left feeling very dissatisfied.

The book would definitely benefit from some editing: "Draw" was used more than once instead of the correct "drawer" (as in, "from a draw under the coffee table"), "their" instead of the correct "they're," and, of course, "to" instead of "too." I do have to say that I don't know what sex another reviewer was referring to, because there really isn't any, but the language was too rough for me -- lots of cursing and particularly an overuse of the f-word.
Qucid
I went into this book not sure what to expect, and I wasn't completely disappointed. The premise is very interesting in a "this could actually happen one day" sort of way. There was an abundance of profanity and violence, but what do you expect when you're dealing with the mob, right? And that's not a bad thing either, I rather prefer thrillers/violence to romance any day.

Like other reviewers, I also found the music references to be distracting. While I can completely understand using a soundtrack to set the backdrop of the VR scenes and even the "goodbye" scene with Bryce; telling the reader what's on the stereo at every turn was almost too much. At times, I felt less like I was reading a novel and more like I was reading a paper written for an English class.

The grammar mistakes were also very abundant. (The plurals of CD and DVD are NOT CD's or DVD's. Also, it's a "drawer" not a "draw". I even found an instance where doors needed an apostrophe, but one was missing; completely changing the sentence, and distracting me from the story for a bit after that.)

Seeing the other excellent reviews of this book leads me to believe that these mistakes may have been a result of shoddy transcription from print to eBook? At any rate, since misplaced apostrophes are a peeve of mine, it took away from the overall reading experience.

Based on story alone, I would have given this a 4. Based on the writing, runaway apostrophes, and spelling mistakes, this would be a 2. Overall, as a whole, I'll rate it a three.

My husband says after the first few dozen mistakes he would have stopped reading and moved on to something else. If you can get past these errors, it's worth a look.

Since it's an eBook, maybe a revision to correct the mistakes in our future?
Andromajurus
Great ride. Like a combination Tilt-A-Whirl and Wild Mouse . . . in the dark . . .with really great music . . . and, oh yeah, your arms and legs get sucked off your body. The back story has the subtle flavor of some great movies: the original Manchurian Candidate, The Parallax View and the original Invasion Of The Body Snatchers. If this all sounds confusing and scary -- you're right. Read it, but make sure your chin strap -- and athletic supporter -- are cinched down double tight. Like I said,it's one helluva ride.
Gholbithris
This book started out with the old bounce around and get a taste of the characters in little portions
I kept reading hoping to get to the meld of characters and start the story line.
At over 30 % through the book it still was not melding. I gave up as the shorts were not that good.
no cohesion to the book, didn't feel like the author knew where they were going or how to bring the story there
Perilanim
This is a book with a soundtrack. There was so much music going through my brain while I read, that using an mp3 player would have only gotten in the way. I was too busy to read it in one sitting, but I would have if I could have. The main characters were charming, twisted and lots of fun. The psychologist and the Russian mob supplied the tension. All in all a very enjoyable read.

A stolen car, a missing prototype meant to supply a never before experience. Virtual reality so real, you can never go home again. Reboot, reprogram and voila new person. Or perhaps just a virtual vacation.
Pedar
I will say the author has decent taste in music, but all the music references were distracting. The concept was a good one, though I don't feel it was as fully developed as it could have been. Also, the dialogue was a bit over the top and unrealistic. All in all, not a very good book.
Malann
Good thriller that keeps you reading to the end to hit the jackpot. Read between the lines for subtle humor.
LA psychologist Joel Fischer is a bad man. He's also brilliant, and a sociopath. When Joel develops the DreemWeever, he creates a device that takes manipulation to a whole new level. When the device is stolen before he can deliver it to the Russian mobsters who commissioned it, things get very ugly, very fast. As Joel's people race against the clock to retrieve the device, certain truths begin to emerge, fiction blurs into reality, and loyalties are tested. If you like fast-paced thrillers that keep you on the edge of your seat, Mindjacker is for you. It's a wild ride, packed with musical references, taut as a drum, a great read that'll keep you turning the pages right to the end. Highly recommended.