Resonance Review

Hello Readers

Just imagine waking up and the world is coming to an end. Nothing is how it should be and your friends and family are dying all around you. A polar shift causes all this death and distraction. I could really see something like this to happen in my lifetime. Since scientists are always saying the world could come to an end. But hopefully not! 

This book is a science-fiction novel that follows two scientists that work at the Center of Disease control. The two scientists are a geologist and a biologist and they hope to save what’s left of humanity. You will finish this book really quick because there is never a dull moment.

**Disclosure: I received this product for free, almost free or as a gift
In exchange for my honest and unbiased review. **
Below is some information about the book: 

Information about the book From:http://www.ajscudiere.com/books-and-products/resonance/

Here is a little about the author:
It’s A.J.’s world.  A strange place where patterns jump out and catch the eye, little is missed, and most of it can be recalled with a deep breath; it’s different from the world the rest of us inhabit.  But the rest of us can experience it—when we read.  In this world, the smell of Florida takes three weeks to fully leave the senses and the air in Dallas is so thick that the planes “sink” to the runways rather than actually landing.
For A.J., texture reigns supreme.  Whether it’s air or blood or virus, it can be felt and smelled.  Reality is always a little bit off from the norm and something usually lurks right under the surface. As a storyteller, A.J. loves irony, the unexpected, and a puzzle where all the pieces fit and make sense. Originally a scientist and a teacher, the writer says research is always a key player in the stories. AJ’s motto is “It could happen. It wouldn’t. But it could.”
A.J. has lived in Florida and Los Angeles among a handful of other places.  Recent whims have brought the dark writer to Tennessee, where home is a deceptively normal-looking neighborhood just outside Nashville.

I got the information off her site listed above

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