For 16 year old Luc Ponit everything should be good. He’s in high-school and a star player on the basketball team. He has a solid family, even if his father is tough on him. Then he’s injured at the end of one of his games. He’s in the hospital and close to death and he even crosses over with a NDE (near death experience) but returns. He returns with powers. He’s able to see things before they happen. When he meets with a specialist, who happens to work with the CIA, his life will soon be changed. They want Luc to use his powers in the name of National Security. He refuses but soon they tell him it’s best for him to help or damaging information about his father from when he was in the war will come out. Luke does as asked but soon learns not everything is as it should be and he goes on offense. He also has a couple of others that will form a team he makes, others like him. And when he thinks he’s out, he may be back in, which sets up the next book in the series.
A great start to this new series from author James A. Cusumano. It looks at how spirtuality can help with your life and it ties in well with Luc and his new powers. If you’re a fan of superhero stories this will be right up your alley. I can’t wait for the next novel in the series.
You can pick up I Can See Clearly in stores now.
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