Flickers of Fortune by S.R. Cronin

Flickers of Fortune by S.R. Cronin
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary, Science Fiction
Length: Full Length (296 pgs)
Rated: 5 stars
Review by Rose

Seeing the future is a nuisance. Ariel does her best to shut it out, until she stumbles on a group of clairvoyants using their talents to get extremely rich. They have her attention. Then she meets a second bunch obsessed with surviving an upcoming near extinction event.

Both factions seem dangerous and, to be honest, a little crazy. They don’t get along. As they learn more about her, however, each group decides Ariel’s particular abilities are hard to find and exactly what they need.
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There is no possible way to help them both. Aligning with either may be a bad idea, but staying out of this mess is no longer an option.

This book in the series is both like and unlike the others I’ve read. In the other books, the problems faced are of a more immediate kind and there is a distinct resolution. In this book, the problem to be solved is the complete annihilation of the human race a few centuries from now. That does not, however, suggest that the plot and action are less compelling. In fact, I found that I was more engrossed in this book that in the others – so much so I stayed up way too late to be able to finish it, just because I had to know what happened.

As with her other books, there are a lot of characters to keep track of, but the author does a wonderful job making sure the reader can keep them separated (with the exception of the twins, but that’s a special case – and I loved the humor there).

In the other books in this series I’ve read, there’s been a lot of extra information that took me out of the story flow – interesting, but distracting. There was none of that here and it was truly appreciated.

I also enjoyed the fact that the author included glimpses of the future in this book- and there was more in this book that tied it together with the others. I’m not sure it could be read as a stand alone as well as the others, though. I’m looking forward to reading more in this series. Great job!


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  3. bernie wallace says

    Which upcoming books are you looking forward to reading?

  4. James Robert says

    Thanks so much for both the book description and giveaway as well. I enjoy hearing about another good book.

  5. rana durham says

    I love this synopsis of this book . It looks like a great read.

  6. interesting series

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