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    Eric M. Bosarge

Sky Is Over

by: Eric M. Bosarge

When Christian, a brash young psychologist, and his best friend, Patrick, a washed-up, born again ex-marine, develop psychic abilities, the bond of their friendship feels unbreakable. Christian thinks he’s got it made, immediately using the ability to make his practice more effective and to seduce a sexy coworker.

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Eric M. Bosarge grew up in Stephen King’s hometown of Durham, Maine, and started writing stories in fourth grade. He earned his MFA in creative writing from the University of Southern Maine’s Stonecoast program and teaches at Southern New Hampshire University. When not writing or spending time with his family, you'll find him enjoying the Maine wilderness in one way or another. You can learn more about him at www.ericshysterics.com.
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When Christian, a brash young psychologist, and his best friend, Patrick, a washed-up, born again ex-marine, develop psychic abilities, the bond of their friendship feels unbreakable. Christian thinks he’s got it made, immediately using the ability to make his practice more effective and to seduce a sexy coworker.

But when Christian accidentally uncovers a repressed memory of abuse in Patrick, their unbreakable bond becomes strained, plunging him into a nightmare world where he cannot trust his perceptions, his intuition with his patients, or his closest friend.

To make matters worse, the psychic ability is contagious, first spreading to every patient Christian used it on, and then to everyone who comes in contact with his patients, causing mass hysteria in their small city. When the government steps in and declares martial law, it becomes clear that Christian has to fight to save his sanity, his friendship, and the lives of everyone he loves.

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Publisher: Medallion Press Inc.
Publish Date: 2016
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“The characters, settings, and conflicts are aptly described to the point that your senses are connected to the story elements like a finely tuned instrument.” —Night Owl Reviews