April 18, 2016

Book reiview: The Touch by F. Paul Wilson - 4/5 stars, one of my favorite authors

The Touch (Adversary Cycle, #3)The Touch by F. Paul Wilson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I'm a die hard F. Paul Wilson fan, reading everything I can get my hands on that he has written. That having been said, this is not my favorite book from this esteemed author.

One of the most enjoyable things about F. Paul Wilson's books is the touch, no pun intended, of a hint of the paranormal in all of this books. One of my favorites is The Tomb, which is awesome. The paranormal is loud and clear and front and center in this book. The Touch is about a healing touch that Dr. Alan Bulmer accidentally acquires from a dying man in the hospital. The book launches into a highly suspenseful story of where this magic touch takes him and what happens in his life, which you can imagine is anything but peaceful.

This book was published in 1986. For the most part its story line is timeless, but there are parts of it that are a bit cliche at times, reminding me that I'm reading a book written 20 years ago (wow, 20 years ago). Anyway, though I truly enjoyed this book, it did not earn keeper status on my shelf.

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Highly recommending this book below - if you like a touch of the supernatural and enjoy reading books about heroes helping those who can't help themselves, you'll love this book:


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