The President initiated his highly classified VESPER project to locate powerful telepaths, “mindreachers,” rumored to have been born decades ago in South Africa and hidden around the globe.
Former SEAL and Shaolin-trained martial arts master, Major Jon Coulter, USMC, is ordered to work with a minor female telepath to find a mindreacher who can identify terrorists hell bent on destroying the United States with nuclear weapons and at the same time, determine if telepathy could be used in future combat situations. They quickly become embroiled in a perilous global search for mindreachers. Mindreacher has concepts and technology currently in research stages and used in the novel as common place.
This first novel in the mindreacher series is filled with terrorists, technology, telepathy and global adventures of the American duo battling assassins from al-Qaeda groups and their amoebic offspring who don’t want to be identified.
Will a mindreacher be powerful enough to fly over a city and find terrorists?
COMMENTS ABOUT MINDREACHER:
…I was swept off my feet by a far more complex scenario. … what startled me about this story was just how different a path it took. It is loaded with psychological and scientific intricacies that really make you wonder. For instance if a group of children are telepathic what would that mean for their learning capabilities? Their emotional and intellectual growth? Their behavior? Would they even bother to speak verbally? These questions are within the first few chapters and they don’t stop as the story picks up pace and asks even deeper questions while dodging assassins. It’s a bit like Jurassic Park but instead of dinosaurs its psychics. The science is dense and the ethical complications are thought provoking. This book will change everything you think you know about psychics. I highly suggest this to anyone who loves science fiction or is interested in psychics. Author: Theophanes Avery
A terrific geopolitical sci-fi thriller.
Mindreacher is a top-notch geopolitical sci-fi thriller that is epic in its scope, truly original and encyclopedic in its details. Irene imbues the novel with ideas that only someone with her amazing personal biography could bring to a novel of this kind. This is the second book of Irene’s I’ve read and this one, like her Mary Knew, is written with such clarity that even the most complex concepts are very easy to grasp. In Mindreacher the United States faces nuclear destruction by terrorists unless a mindreacher – a person with telepathic power – can be found to assist in locating the terrorists. Enter a U.S. Marine who adds dash and heroism to the story that expands the globe. Remarkably, at the back of the novel is a detailed glossary and five pages of references (Did I mention the novel is filled with facts?). I highly recommend this book. Author: Steve Carr
A great summer read. I think this story was unique in that it portrayed a character with extraordinary mental capabilities who embarked on a worldwide adventure to find others with similar capabilities in order to combat terrorists. I highly recommend this book. J. Worthington
The mindreacher concept is novel and refreshing. The action doesn’t stop. Justine Wittich, Editor
It was difficult to differentiate between fact and fiction. A good read. Vicki Whitacre, M.D. Beta Reader
This novel reads like a blend of Clive Cussler and Indiana Jones. Full of excitement! Sandy Wickersham McWhorter, Editor
I was fascinated to learn so much about the human mind. I didn’t want it to end. Kathy Brantley, Reader
Once I started reading, I couldn’t put it down. Catherine Frompovich, Editor
You are like Michael Crichton reborn! J. Kern, Reader