The new Bishop Files novel by the New York Times best-selling author of The First Prophet and the Bishop/Special Crimes Unit novels.
John Brodie is a Guardian, a member of a secret network devoted to protecting the psychics in his charge from a ruthless - and virtually invisible - enemy.
Tasha Solomon is unaware of the Guardians' existence - until the night the gifted psychic suffers a shocking and violent attack, and Brodie saves her life.
Tough and resilient, Tasha isn't used to depending on anyone. But the assault has left her vulnerable. Tasha doesn't know who wants her dead or why or when he will strike again. Now she is forced to trust that Brodie can guide her through a tangled web of danger and deception toward a safe harbor - one she fears is more elusive with each dark and endless night.
©2015 Kay Hooper (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. Recorded by arrangement with Berkley, a member of Penguin Group (USA) Inc.
There was no ending but a lot of questions
Just when I was getting into the story line, it ended without a end. I am happy it was cheap because there has to be another door that may pick up in the middle where this one drop off. I will not be buying it because that leads to another.
Yes, she did a very good job.
The characters blend well together.
I have been waiting so long for the return of Bishop and his team. This story was a waste of him and his wife. This book must be one that you had to solve yourself.
I have read all of the Bishop books and loved every one.
In the new Bishop series, The Prophet was great. I thought it was going to be a young woman as she grew into all of her powers and to master them.
learned The second book in the series went in another direction, I was a bit disappointed, but all her Bishop books are good; so I started reading. It was simply awful. bland, colorless and boring? l
Absolutely no plot. Very hard to follow what was going on - and definitely NOT one of Hopper's best. If it was my only Hooper it would be my last.
I listen to a great number of audiobooks and I am a fan of Kay Hooper's novels. This novel is not at the top of my list.
At least one of the major storylines should have reached a conclusion. The only minor storyline which concluded favorably related to the foster child.
Joyce Bean's performance was excellent. The personalities of the individual characters were easy to comprehend and helped to pull the listener into the story.
Since this book was not a standalone novel, it seems that it should have ended with a "to be continued" comment. I hope that there will be a book three and that the storyline will continue.
Dragged, kept waiting for something to happen in the story, but it seemed author is just setting up for her next book....felt like a lot of filler and characters you don't know unless you have read previous book
I am a avid Kay Hooper/Bishop reader. I love them! This book was disappointing to me I had to rewind and check download because I felt I missed something. It ended in what I felt was mid book. I understand these are on going stories but this book just dropped off.
I am a fan of this author and try to either read or listen to her novels. This one created too many unpleasant open ends that never were explained or closed. I felt the book ended abruptly. If the goal is to peak my interest for a follow-up, it did not succeed.
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