Have you ever seen a ghost or at least felt one? Do you believe in memories that are not your own-but you have them anyway? This is what happens to Jonathan Flite who is deemed "crazy" and sent off to a private psychiatric hospital for the very rich. His Mom has not exactly been the best Mom and has no idea what to do with this son. What will it take to prove that Jonathan is completely sane? I really liked this book!! I am going to let "about the book" explain a little more--but you have to decide for yourself!
About the Book (from Amazon)
Jonathan Flite claims to have memories he can’t explain. Seven layers of them, to be exact, all belonging to a group of teenagers who disappeared from a place called Idle County in 2010—ten years before his birth. Seventeen years of anxiety, violent outbursts, and refusal to admit he is lying have landed him at Crescent Rehabilitation Center, a seaside juvenile center for rich kids, and nobody has ever dared to believe his memories might be real.
Until now. On a blustery November day just three months after a nuclear terrorist attack in Geneva, Switzerland, ex-CIA psychiatrist Thomas Lumen arrives at Crescent to interview Jonathan for a book about Idle County. Fueled by his personal connection to the disappearances three decades earlier, he asks Jonathan to share what he knows—anything and everything.
By reigniting this thirty-year-old mystery, however, Jonathan inadvertently becomes a target of the very same religious terrorists who attacked Geneva, and they’ll stop at nothing to keep the secrets of Idle County under wraps. Jonathan must then make a choice: to continue telling his story, or risk the safety of everyone he loves.
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About the Author (from Amazon)
Matthew J. Beier is a novelist, screenwriter, photographer, and graphic designer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. His first novel, The Breeders, was published in 2012. He attended film school at Chapman University in 2003, where he studied screenwriting, film production, and English before spending a final semester abroad at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand. When Matthew isn't working, he enjoys tea, exercise, watching films, and spending time with his friends and family. He is currently hard at work on Book 2 of his Jonathan Flite Series, "The Release of Jonathan Flite." He would love to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org, on his Facebook author page, or on Twitter @MatthewBeier.
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