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Twists and paranormal turns

Extreme Liquidation by Gary Starta REVIEWED BY BITTEN BY BOOKS
Posted by Brit Tuesday January 19, 2010

Infamous occultist Aleister Crowley, dead for over sixty years, is manipulating an FBI agent in hopes of hastening the end of mankind. Only when every human is dead and there is no chance of reincarnation can Crowley ascend to the heavens and take his place with the gods.
Caitlin Diggs, an FBI agent, has visions of the future. Crowley learns of her ability and realizes she is an integral part in his plan so he begins manipulating her visions.
Caitlin must reach deep inside herself to determine what is real before a madman exacts his plans of annihilating the human race.
Gary Starta writes in a style he prefers to call a science hybrid. He crosses many genres and includes elements from sci-fi, fantasy, occult, suspense and fringe science.
In Extreme Liquidation, he has developed a strong female heroine who will appeal to everyone. She has many struggles but remains strong throughout, even with the fate of the world resting on her shoulders. He also gives the same amount of attention and care in developing secondary characters.
This is a novel full of twist and turns, and you never know what will be waiting for you on the next page. The story sets a frenetic pace which can leave you feeling lost if you do not pay careful attention. There are many characters and the story is constantly evolving, so I would not classify this as a leisurely read.
Book Stats:
• e-book, digital format
• Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc.
• Book Length: Novel
• Language: English ISBN: 978-1-61650-055-9 See more at

• ISBN: 978-1-61650-055-9

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