The Fold: A Novel
A brilliantly twisty, turny supernatural mystery from the author of the Ex-Heroes series and 14.The folks in Mike Erikson's small New England town would say he's just your average, everyday guy. And that's just how Mike likes it. Sure, the life he's chosen may not be much of a challenge to... show more
A brilliantly twisty, turny supernatural mystery from the author of the Ex-Heroes series and 14.The folks in Mike Erikson's small New England town would say he's just your average, everyday guy. And that's just how Mike likes it. Sure, the life he's chosen may not be much of a challenge to someone with his unique gifts, but Mike is content with his quiet and peaceful exist
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Short review for a very good book. I enjoyed it. I would suggest that readers read Clines other book, "14" before taking this on since there are some great Easter eggs in this book that were present in that book. We also get some glimpses at former characters. It's nice to know that "The Fold" and...
Okay folks, this one’s a page-turner! I was hooked, line and sinker! First and foremost, Mike Erickson is such an interesting protagonist! Mike has an eidetic memory, also called a photographic memory. What was the most unique here is the author’s descriptions of the way Mike’s brain works usi...
For my vacation, I was tasked with selecting an audiobook for our drive over to the beach. I'd previously read 14 by this author, had heard good things about The Fold, and figured that this one wouldn't have awkward smex moments, since there would be 4 of us listening - me, husband, 20 year old daug...
Leland ‘Mike’ Erickson is quite happy with his high school job teaching American Literature in New England. He doesn’t want to go help his long-time friend Reggie Magnus out on his super secret DARPA project in sunny California. Yet somehow he is swept up into it and can’t help but want to solve the...
This book made for a fun listen. I enjoyed a previous book by the author, "14", and I thought I'd give this one a try. To me, this book seemed like a reworking of the that story. I slightly preferred "14" over this one (maybe because I had read it first). The other reviewers seemed to rave about thi...
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