Review of For We Are Many, by Stuart Thaman

For We Are Many
By Stuart Thaman

I had no idea what to expect when I picked up this book. The cover was intriguing, as was the synopsis, but beyond that I didn't know what it was about.

For We Are Many is a paranormal, supernatural thriller that grabbed me from the beginning. Fletcher Lee is a boy with a special ability: he sees things, and knows when people will die. But the ability has caused him to become ostracized at school and home.

Fletcher's ability attracts the attention of a psychologist and a priest, both of whom are curious and concerned. So when Fletcher mysteriously disappears after an altercation at a neighbor's house, they spring into action.

The remainder of the book picks up pace as they scramble to find where--or when--Fletcher disappeared to. I read the entire second half in one sitting, unable to put it down. The book ends with a race of action, and a twist that will leave you yearning for the sequel.

Thaman excels at paranormal/superstitious/religious fiction, and it's obvious that he's educated in religious studies. But Thaman does it well without hammering you over the head; I was interested and entertained from start-to-finish, despite being a non-religious person. 

Whether you're a Christian or atheist, if you're a fan of horror/suspense you'll love For We Are Many.