Bulletproof by Jeff LaFerney
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
“Bulletproof” is another exciting adventure by author Jeff LaFerney, focusing on the father-son due of Clay and Tanner Thomas, men whose cranial capacity affects their lives (and the lives of others) in totally unexpected ways. Each has a second opening in the medulla oblongata of the brain, and has developed what would otherwise be considered “psychic” abilities, such as thought projection, mind control, and telekinesis.
If you liked the previous Thomas & Thomas novel, “Skeleton Key,” you are surely going to rave over “Bulletproof.” If you haven’t read “Skeleton Key,” well, what are you waiting for? Get them both, and you will quickly see why I am such a fan of this series, which gently and subtly blends paranormal with science, emotion with skepticism, adventure and thrills with mystery and suspense. There’s always a good guy, but they’re never perfect; and some of the secondary characters demonstrate serious failings, in a very human way. In any event, you’ll find yourself racing through enjoying these exciting novels.
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