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Death Has a Name by Jerry Hanel
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Mar 16, 11

Read from February 19 to March 13, 2011

Death Has a Name, by Jerry Hanel, is a very engrossing, entertaining, paranormal mystery. Brodie Wade, the reluctant psychic, is a novel character, well written and believable, and fun to follow!
I thought the descriptions of "The Truth," which would appear as white wisps of smoke coming from certain items and people, and which would occasionally manifest itself as benign OR dangerous beings, was fascinating. I also really liked reading about the Guardians and their special script. I would like to have learned more about that, but perhaps more will be revealed in further episodes.
All in all, I would definitely recommend Death Has a Name to anyone looking for a cool story!
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