Book Reviews of Fragments

Fragments
Fragments
Author: James F. David
ISBN-13: 9780312863135
ISBN-10: 0312863136
Publication Date: 7/1997
Pages: 381
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Forge
Book Type: Hardcover
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I picked up this book at a used bookstore. I read this one straight through. Fascinating mix of the supernatural, a ghost story, science, and a little tentative romance. The author weaves a riveting story about a group of savants brought together to scientifically "weave" their each unique special talents into one new mind, but the experiment is tainted by the presence of the ghost of a girl who had been raped and trapped, and died in the house where the experiments were conducted many years before as well as by a psychically gifted but criminal man who can suggest thoughts to others, who is seeking to develop his gifts through the experiments. It reads far too quickly. I can't wait for more from this author.
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Think "Eureka" meets the "X-Files" for this psycho-supernatural- mystery-drama story. People with special powers are brought together for testing and their combined mental abilities unwittingly unleash a long supressed violent spirit. The body count is high and the writing is good. I read it on a long trip and skipped the in-flight movie to get to the end.
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Best book by this author that I've read so far.
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James F. David's "Fragments" is a real departure from "Footprints of Thunder" and was totally not what I was expecting. It is, however, a good book with several original ideas and a solid storyline.
When an experiment goes terribly awry the researchers and participants are faced with a completely unforseen combination of autistic children, a manevolent ghjost and a psycotic physic killer which developes it's own personality and agenda. All involved are pulled into a dangerous situation which a small-town sherriff is powerless to control.
With the help of the kids and a double amputee victim of the psyco killer, Frankie, the ghost/new personality is brought under control.
The action is fast-paced and the characters are pretty well developed. As a psychiartrist Davids is uniquely qualified to write this kind of novel with enough fact to make it almost believable.
This book is a good read which offers some new material for your imagination.
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An experiment attempting to integrate the brain patterns of several autistic savants careens out of control when an unidentified psychc worms his way into the experiment, and things take a deadly turn when their activities rouse a vengeful ghost.

This is better than it sounds, trust me.