Book Review – Between Two Minds: Awakening

Between Two Minds: Awakening

Between Two Minds: Awakening by D.C. Wright-Hammer

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A paraplegic from birth, Ryan Carter is about to undergo a radical procedure called a mind migration. Not only will Ryan finally have the life he could only dream of before, he will do it in a brand-new body. After the procedure and several weeks rehabilitating, Ryan starts to believe that there is more to the strange dreams he is having. And it feels to him as though someone else is living inside his head. Is it just his memories getting used to living in a new brain or was the migration more than he bargained for?

I enjoyed reading Between Two Minds: Awakening, the debut novel by Author D. C. Wright-Hammer. The story, the first of a series, is unique and well-written. The chapters flip back and forth between Ryan and his “alter ego”, and I liked how the end of a chapter would begin the next. It is interesting and has good imagery, and I found the main character, Ryan, likeable. The story is well-paced, but it is not fast, which I don’t mind. With everything and everybody always in a rush, it’s nice to sit back and relax with a good book.

I did find that while the end of the story was good, it seemed a bit rushed. I recommend this book to those who like to read sci-fi stories set in the future. I look forward to the next book in the series.

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