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Jack Perkins can both glimpse the future and travel into the past. With his incredible gifts he could have it all, but all he wants is Cadence, the girl he's about to marry. As she walks down the aisle, Jack has a disturbing vision of Cadence dying in childbirth. In a panic, he loses control of his powers, freezing time and unlocking a realm called Sylum where others of his kind have formed a society. He leaves his paused life, only to discover Cadence is also in Sylum, kidnapped and brainwashed by a powerful telepath who wants to exploit Jack's powers in her quest to rule the world. But even if Jack battles to rescue his bride from the telepath's compound, he still has to change her fate - because Cadence is pregnant.

©2016 Dana Lynn Berry (P)2017 Dana Lynn Berry

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You just thought you were free.

The author created a very realistic world & populated it with characters you could really care about, & the narrator did a top-notch job.
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Sylum

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This book is a very special book to me, it has a lot of imagination into it, and creativity. <br/>Dana Berry is an upcoming writer with emotion, and characters in her book that let your imagination run wild.

What other book might you compare Sylum to and why?

I would like Dana Berry's next book also.

Which scene was your favorite?

The whole book was my favorite

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Sylum

Any additional comments?

I think Miss Berry needs to be able to write more books that are similar because she is a good writer and I would like to see her on the best seller list.