What Humanity Doesn’t Know, Can Hurt Them
Disclosure has begun.
When Laurence Dewitt was 12 years old, he saw something that changed his life forever. Now he is the preeminent conspiracy theorist in his field, binding together those who have been most harmed by secrecy.
Dr. Mercedes Teller and Dr. Edwin Laney complete their free energy device and present it to a room of skeptical scientists and eager investors, but a visit from strange men in black suits change their plans.
Lieutenant Kurt Davis is a decorated air force pilot, but after a strange encounter, his life takes a turn for the worse.
Annie Fox is a struggling psychic channel and blogger. When she receives a strange letter from an anonymous sender, she learns things about her spirit guide that make her question everything she believes.
Aden Monroe is Annie’s son. Aden’s dad thinks his mom is crazy, but Aden holds his own secrets that make it clear that his mother is anything but insane.
The first episode of Channeled Contact is a thrill ride of emotion. Meeting the characters whose lives weave the tapestry of those most affected by the mystery that keeps the human race enslaved in secrecy.
Excerpt from Channeled Contact (Episode One)
Someone was messing with her again— probably one of the trolls that frequented her blog. This level of tormenting was new, even for those low lives. She threw the bills on the coffee table and leaned back on the couch, closing her eyes. She had to seek guidance on this one.
The astral realm felt more like home than this place. If she could, she would spend the rest of eternity there. Unfortunately, she always had to come back to the cold, hard reality of her life.
She slowed her breathing, running energy through her body, bringing herself down, down, down into the trance-like dream-state. She saw her astral from floating in the clouds, flying upward beyond the atmosphere. She was a beautiful light-being in his form, similar but not the same as the woman who dozed on the futon below.
Her guide sat on an asteroid, and his white robes flowed around his massive wings. He held out his hand, and she floated to sit next to him. He was beautiful, achingly beautiful, the perfect impression of a human man— Michelangelo’s David and a movie star rolled together and touched by the angelic light of immortality.
Review: This series has A LOT of potential. I enjoyed this episode, and being 122 pages (approximately) long, I was able to finish it pretty quickly. I love the fact that episode is already out. This allows me to continue reading on and satiate my craving for more of this series quickly. The excerpt above is from the book, and from that small snippet, you can see the author put a lot of work into the world building. I’d recommend this into any fantasy fan out there.
Buy It: Amazon