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The Shattered Door

3.79  ·  Rating details ·  39 ratings  ·  8 reviews
What would you do if you had a superpower you couldn’t use?

Darcy and Olivia Morrison are telepaths, but if they use their power they will be caught by the Telepathic Corps, taken away and never heard from again.

Everywhere they look they see people suffering, both telepath and normal, and feel compelled to help. Traditional avenues - police, fire, me
Paperback, 298 pages
Published September 18th 2012 by Bouchard and Shalek, LLC (first published January 1st 2012)
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Lisa Bouchard
Sep 30, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
Shelves: my-books
Wow - Goodreads lets you review your own book.

I'm not going to do that, because really, would you trust my review? If I didn't think it was great, I wouldn't have published it.

Instead, here's a review that was only excerpted on Amazon for you to read:

Reviewed by Jed Power for Readers Favorite

“The Shattered Door” by Lisa Bouchard tells the story of twins Darcy and Olivia Morrison who are getting nowhere fast with their new business venture, Morrison Investigations. Findi
Michala Tyann
Mar 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing
The world is made up of telepaths and nontelepaths. There are some very powerful people who do not like the telepaths and want to bring them all down. The Telepathic Corps is getting very uncivil in their approach to taking them out too.
Darcy and Olivai Morrison, twin sisters who are also have their own (new) private investigators office are closet telepaths; not that they are ashamed of what or who they are, but they do value their lives. Only it’s becoming increasingly difficult for them, and
Ivan Lendle Yenson
Dec 29, 2012 rated it liked it
The Shattered Door by Lisa Bouchard entertained me, and I really enjoyed reading it but I have also some comments and suggestions. It lacks physical descriptions of the characters and descriptions of the places so I did not easily had a grab on the story. I suggest that Miss Lisa should improve on that so the readers would have more interest on the story because it helps them have a picture on what's happening and how is that happening. When it comes to the story, I had no problem with it, In fa ...more
The author gave me a discount code for a free copy of this book from Smashwords. This has not impacted on my ability to review it both critically and honestly.

2/3 - Finally getting started on this book, I don't know how long the poor author has been waiting for my review but it must have been some months. After only 4 chapters I already know I'm going to enjoy it and I'm glad it's finally at the top of my Kindle 'to read' pile. The idea of telepathic abilities taking over from race a
Jan 02, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: first-read
Short version:

The book is entertaining leaving the reader with anticipation for Bouchard’s next one. Though starting a little bit schmaltzy the story quickly evolves into an up-tempo (sci-fi) detective tale. I really enjoyed it!

Long version:

Overall, Lisa Bouchard’s „The Shattered Door“ is entertaining and I might have even given 3.5 stars if Goodreads offered them. However, Goodreads does not and 3 stars match the overall experience just as good.

At times, especially a
Anita Dawes
Jul 11, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Story concept about two telepaths is a brilliant idea and would work very well on television. Lisa blends characters and plot seamlessly and I for one will be reading the next installment.
Sep 28, 2013 rated it did not like it
I didn't get past chapter four - I just felt I'd read this book many times before
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