- By Joseph D'Agnese

The Mesmerist

  • Title: The Mesmerist
  • Author: Joseph D'Agnese
  • ISBN: 9781941410004
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Mesmerist Are you a think or an unthink On the streets of New York City in the s this is the only question that matters In the age of disco the city has become home to an underground culture of gifted ind

    Are you a think or an unthink On the streets of New York City in the 1970s, this is the only question that matters In the age of disco, the city has become home to an underground culture of gifted individuals who can kill with a glance or heal with a touch.A vicious madman is sucking the life out of his victims crushing their hearts, withering their bodies, and leaving thAre you a think or an unthink On the streets of New York City in the 1970s, this is the only question that matters In the age of disco, the city has become home to an underground culture of gifted individuals who can kill with a glance or heal with a touch.A vicious madman is sucking the life out of his victims crushing their hearts, withering their bodies, and leaving their corpses old before their time All with the power of his mind.Now a skeptical young cop and a federal agent obsessed with the occult must run the killer to ground before they find themselves facing the unthinkable.An urban fantasy noir by the author of Jersey Heat Praise Excellent urban fantasy D Agnese manages to create a fantasy world of thinks people with special abilities, most of whom are hidden to the rest of the world Robert Swartwood, USA Today Bestselling Author of The Serial Killer s Wife Flat out funa book that artfully blends ambition and enjoyment, one well written that remains entertaining throughout The Mesmerist casts an intriguing spell Loren Eaton The Mesmerist is the quintessential page turner Thomas Briggs, Killer Book Covers

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    1. I don't usually read fantasy, so I wasn't sure how I'd react to Joe D'Agnese's The Mesmerist, a a fantasy thriller set in late 70s New York City. But I do like noir, and the book has a noir-ish feel that was initially enough to keep me intrigued and reading. D'Agnese's protagonist, Toddhunter Fisher (love the name) is a cop in pursuit of a serial killer. As he gets deeper into the case--and here's where fantasy comes in--he meets Ishmael Soul, a consultant to Fisher's police task force, who intr [...]

    2. A very compelling read. D'Agnese manages to create a fantasy world of "thinks" -- people will special abilities, most of whom are hidden to the rest of the world. I believe there's a second book on its way at some point. I look forward to it.

    3. Okay this book first off did not disappointment in any area of reading. I enjoyed reading the urban fantasy horror book and i am thrilled to say it was awesome. A great read, and a must read for any all that love to read.

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