The Mind of Stefan Durr
I did like this book. The beginning scene made me instantly, flash to the Chernobyl incident. Which was an horrible incident. I read that this book is referenced as a sci-fi, paranormal, and even psychological thriller. I would agree with all of these references but also add horror and mystic. Yet, all of these elements worked together in this book. I want to add that this book is a good start to this trilogy.
The characters were fine. Dr. Walker was interesting and had personality. Honestly, I had no real issues with any of the other characters. My issue is that I seemed to have a problem connecting with them on a deeper level. There was something holding me back from fully embracing the characters and the story. Although, the author did a good job of not getting too scientific or analogical in Dr. Walker or any of the other theories on the events transpiring in this story. The pacing is steady but it does pick up in the latter half of the book. Overall, a nice read. I would read the next book in this trilogy.