• Title: Premonition of Terror
  • Author: Kathryn Orzech
  • ISBN: 9780989226103
  • Page: 295
  • Format: ebook
  • Premonition of Terror Dreamwatch began as a hobby a site where ordinary people write true paranormal experiences It was supposed to be fun until premonitions from around the world predict the same deadly attack The last t
    Dreamwatch began as a hobby, a site where ordinary people write true paranormal experiences It was supposed to be fun until premonitions from around the world predict the same deadly attack The last time reluctant psychic Kate Kasabian revealed a prediction, people were hurt But with thousands of lives at risk, she has no choice but to badger her FBI brother to investigDreamwatch began as a hobby, a site where ordinary people write true paranormal experiences It was supposed to be fun until premonitions from around the world predict the same deadly attack The last time reluctant psychic Kate Kasabian revealed a prediction, people were hurt But with thousands of lives at risk, she has no choice but to badger her FBI brother to investigate He refuses to help When she sets off to prove her suspicions, he thinks he s heard the last of her supernatural silliness until the legendary Matt Chase from Counterterrorism alerts agents to a credible threat Tracking clues from Prague to New England, Kate trusts psychic dreams and visions while Chase relies on global intelligence and technology to expose the U.S plot But will it be enough to stop the attack

    One Reply to “Premonition of Terror”

    1. An intricately woven story of deadly brushes with sinister members of the terrorist cell Brothers of the Eastern Flame, Premonition of Terror takes the reader from New York to Prague to New England. It's well paced with rich characters that I needed to stay connected with until I found out their fate. Kathryn Orzech had me guessing right up to the last page. I look forward to her next novel!

    2. I liked this book. It was a bit confusing at the beginning as the author jumps between storylines but it is necessary to introduce the characters. Once the stories merge this becomes a book you don’t want to put down. I will defiantly read the next one.

    3. This isn't my favorite genre, but I thought I would give it a try. It's a bit slow to get going and to figure out who all is involved and the point of view at any given time, but it's still worth a read.

    4. Globetrotting suspense in what feels a little too close for comfort. You know, the Dreamwatch website mentioned in the book IS real.

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