★ Shadowed PDF / Epub ✪ Author Ken Hughes – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk

Shadowed He Can Hear A Whisper A Block Away And Can T Remember Why.Open Your Mind, To A City Where Mystery Chases Up And Down Office Back Stairways, Turns Brother Against Brother, And Plays Out On Frozen Sidewalks Where Lives May Be Shattered If The Enemy Even Looks At The Ragged Man Passing By In The Crowd And Even That Man Cannot Guess What Memory Will Be Next To Batter His Mind.Paul Was No Detective, No Thief, Only A Student Trying To Get Some Distance From His Father And Brother When He Found Himself Marked By The Power To Enhance His Senses, He Had Only That Treacherous Gift And What Few Tricks He Dared To Teach Himself, To Search For Some Explanation Or At Least The Chance To Give It Meaning By Exposing A Few Petty Corruptions.Paul Thought If He Lived In Poverty To Keep His Existence Secret From The World, At Least Nobody Could Force Him To Use That Gift As A Weapon Against Others But Just When He Thought He Was Untouchable, The Last Thing He Expected Shakes His World And Drags Him Into The Perils Of His Family, His Power, And Two Women Who Each Have A Different Claim On His Life.As Paul Begins To Play Cat And Mouse With Enemies He Can T Even Name, He Must Break Every Rule That S Kept Him Alive, In Every Frantic Chase And Every Gamble He Makes To Break His Family Free And All The While, He Knows His Greatest Enemy May Still Be What Lies Behind His Own Secrets.If You Think You Know Everything A Paranormal Thriller Can Do, Take A Closer Look.

10 thoughts on “Shadowed

  1. says:

    Shadowed by Ken Hughes is a paranormal thriller about a young man named Paul who struggles with super power enhanced senses, a family based intrigue, and amnesia.A dark world has consumed Paul Schuman, a former student who now survives by taking small burglary jobs stealing secrets Not knowing how or why, when he concentrates, Paul can hear and see things a block away He also has the uncanny knack of blending into crowds so...

  2. says:

    Thrilling AdventureAs a thriller, Shadowed, by Ken Hughes, reminded me of Robert Ludlum s The Bourne Identity I got drawn into the story as quickly as The Bourne Identity, and as frantically tried to figure out the story plot With the paranormal element, the adventure was muchthan just a thriller The sheer twists and turns reminded me of Alfred Hitchcock.Using his heightened Senses, Paul tries to gather information and track down clues He s hampered by his inability to remember, yet he Thrilling AdventureAs a thriller, Shadowed, by Ken Hughes, reminded me of Robert Ludlum s The Bourne Ident...

  3. says:

    Disclaimer I received this book free from story cartel in return for an honest review.Where to start The book is about Paul, who has to deal with super powers that come onto him suddenly The book is well formatted and edited, no issues there It was a pleasure to read a typo free indie book.However, I found the book very confusing The opening chapter threw us into the story so quickly, that I reread the first chapter a few times to try and make sense of it, and checked online to see if I d a Disclaimer I received this book free from story cartel in return for an honest review.Where to start The book is about Paul, who has to deal with super powers that come onto him suddenly The book is well formatted and edited, no issues there It was a pleasure to read a typo free indie book.However, I found the book very confusing The opening chapter threw us into the story so quickly, that I reread the first chapter a few times to try and make sense of it, and checked online to see if I d accidentally stumbled onto a book in the middle of an on going series Nope, opening book of the series.It was so confusing...

  4. says:

    A very well written, edited and formatted book, which was what notably caught my eye when first viewing Shadowed Crisp, clean and thorough, it was a pleasure to see considerable care had been taken to present a professional appearance.The premise of the story itself, someone discovering abilities in themselves they cannot fathom ...

  5. says:

    Well written, but I had some core skepticism about the concept that never went away Paul s actions through the first half of the book didn t entirely feel organic to me, and I spent most of that part questioning why he would get involved with his family again in the first place It s a fun paranormal that almost leans clo...

  6. says:

    I liked the concept of this a man suddenly beset by special powers who can t remember how he got them With most stories where people have heightened perception, they seem to take it all in their stride, yet Paul seems to lack the intelligence to process all the extra data he gets He lurches from one bad decision to the next because he s an ordinary bloke not an expert politician, businessman or even PR person, though such characters surround him and leave him confused While I didn t like I liked the concept of this a man suddenly beset by special powers who can t remember how he got them With most stories where people have heightened perception, they seem to take it all in their stride, yet Paul seems to lack ...

  7. says:

    I received a free download of this book from Story Cartel Thank you Overall, I enjoyed the book It was suspenseful and kept the reader guessing as to who the good guys and bad guys really were.I wanted to knowabout what happened to Paul that gave him the ability to Open his senses, but I think the author may have done that on purpose, to make the reader feel as confused as the character.The book did not really have an ending, it was just left wide open for a sequel.I would recommend this I received a free download of this book from Story Cartel Thank you Overall, I enjoyed the book It was suspenseful and kept the reader guessing as to who the good guys and bad guys really were.I wanted to knowabout what happened to Paul that gave him the ability to Open his senses, b...

  8. says:

    Interesting idea, slow executionThe idea of the main character s abilities interested me from the beginning However, the story was slow to developed and the characters were all pretty thin I neededbackground and charac...

  9. says:

    SHADOWED is a well written novel that asks the question What if Paul has an odd ability He can hear the slightest whisper But can he put it to good use This novel isof an allegory but very readable and enjoyable.

  10. says:

    I was able to download this book for free thanks to Ken Hughes and Story Cartel in exchange for an honest review.

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