A terrific psychological thriller told from a Christian point of view. Very suspenseful and not overtly "preachy", this book features some all-to-real and scary characters plus a really cool plot.
I would like to recommend this book, but I really found it to be less than great. The premise was fairly strong, although I never really understood the linkage between the object on the train and Clay's problems. The book dragged in points and I thought the ending was murky - after patiently leading the reader through plenty of confusion, suddenly everything was muddled and unclear. I liked Clay, Dig, Mylisha et al but their story just, in the end, wasn't completely understandable to me.
Was not what I expected. Okay read, just expected more.
Good book in which the main character struggles with a strange "gift" which allows him to "feel" a date when someone will die.
Very interesting psychological thriller! Different sort of storyline than I am used to reading but a good read by this author!