J.S. Bailey has written an interesting story in "Solitude." She dives straight into the tale and sets the scene well. Bobby seems like a decent character who happens to be plagued with visions. Not unlike Dean Koontz's Odd Thomas series, the story kept me riveted. There is so much to do with the character and, I believe, a lot more stories to tell as he travels the country. The subject of visions and premonitions has been used in a lot of stories, but Bobby's experience is based more on feelings and pictures in his head of whomever he is having the vision about. I think it's more subtle. It would be interesting to know more about Bobby, how he got the ability, what happened to his father when he was younger. I look forward to seeing more work from this author in the future.
The Chronicles of Servitude, Book 0
Page Count: 40
Release Date: 4/26/2017
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Premonitions of disaster tend to put a damper on one's plans.
Bobby Roland would much rather spend his evenings practicing songs on his electric guitar, but fate has a different idea tonight. Bobby hangs out with a local rock band on the weekends, and he knows one of the members will be killed at tonight’s jam session. But who will be hurt, and how will Bobby save him? Can he set aside his fear and be vigilant enough to find out, or will it be too late?