Psychic A Story about a Story
When the editor of a paranormal magazine asks Nick Young for a story yesterday, the part-time writer is determined to give him one. Featuring high school students Adam and Kysa, who are telepathic twins, Psychic seems to write itself. As words flow, More...
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When the editor of a paranormal magazine asks Nick Young for a story yesterday, the part-time writer is determined to give him one. Featuring high school students Adam and Kysa, who are telepathic twins, Psychic seems to write itself. As words flow, a plot reveals that a terrorist blows up a building, and describes how the brother, sister, and their mother, an ER nurse, must work together in order to save the survivors trapped inside.Just for fun, Nick has based the main characters on his friends and people that interested him, but when his tale suddenly begins to come true, fiction turns into real-life horror. Far from being a figment of the imagination, the demon that appears in Psychic turns out to be a reality. In the past, Kysa, a ghost-hunter, had robbed the evil creature by releasing souls to heaven, and now it wanted payback. As the story plays out, the only things left standing between death and devastation for hundreds of people are the clues that lay hidden in the pages of Nick's story. In desperate need of an expert, Nick and Kysa turn to Adam, a demonologist, but can they unravel the puzzle, find a demon, and keep it from taking innocent lives? In the meantime, they are in serious danger of becoming victims themselves. It soon becomes obvious that Psychic is more of a prediction than a fictional tale of horror, and the outcome could result in hundreds of people dying. Nick, Kysa, Adam, and Elaine must decipher the hidden clues to keep a demon from stealing innocent lives, but in the meantime, any one of them could fall victim to wrath of evil. Filled with terror and suspense, this story within a story is guaranteed to keep readers on the edge of their seats to the very last page.
Nan Coleman graduated from Boston University with a bachelor of arts in political science. She is self-employed in sales and marketing, a history buff, and a ghost hunter. She currently lives in Charlottesville, Virginia with her husband and three children.