The Call at 3:18 am

The Call at am Mark Forester buried himself in the back country of Colorado to be away from people and their issues that kept flooding him with unwelcome intrusion into his life often paralyzing him He fought to ke

  • Title: The Call at 3:18 am
  • Author: Paul Telegdi
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 277
  • Format: ebook
  • Mark Forester buried himself in the back country of Colorado to be away from people and their issues that kept flooding him with unwelcome intrusion into his life, often paralyzing him He fought to keep his sanity in this onslaught Yet when the pain of a girl in Connecticut burst on him, he had to do something to help In the dead of night, using his neighbor s phone, heMark Forester buried himself in the back country of Colorado to be away from people and their issues that kept flooding him with unwelcome intrusion into his life, often paralyzing him He fought to keep his sanity in this onslaught Yet when the pain of a girl in Connecticut burst on him, he had to do something to help In the dead of night, using his neighbor s phone, he called the girl s parents to warn them of her peril That started a desperate race to avert disaster, and disbelief, was only one of the things he had to fight Yet in the process of helping, he found new friends and a fresh sense of self.

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    About "Paul Telegdi"

    1. Paul Telegdi

      Paul Telegdi was born in Hungary, and grew up in Vancouver and Toronto He met his wife Melanie at the University of Waterloo They spent eight years in Germany, where two of their three sons were born They now enjoy rural life with their pets on a farm north of Toronto.Paul is an office manager who likes kayaking and windsurfing He has been writing for 15 years with ten books in various stages of disrepair, of which Dreamcast is the first to be published, soon to be followed by Dreamcast II.

    916 thoughts on “The Call at 3:18 am”

    1. Ugh. Couldn't even get started on this book. If someone calls me from across the country at 3:18 am and tells me he knows something happened to my daughter, I don't email the guy pictures of her. This is what the author wants you to believe in the first chapter. The other absurd thing is the psychic/empath breaks into a neighbors house to use their phone to make the call. The neighbor is soooo understanding when she finds out why he's in her house, that she makes him breakfast. Yeah, right.


    2. This story grabbed me at the very first pages and held my attention mostly to the very end. I found myself liking the main characters and how they struggle or cope with their gifts. I am usually not a big supernatural book reader but this was an exception and I am glad I read it. For those who like suspense in a great story, this also has that. I recommend it!



    3. What a "fun" read!! Empaths try to figure out a disaster across the country from their home in CO. quite unbelievable, but this is a piece of fiction. I loved it!


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