In Trial Run by Thomas Locke, Reese Clawson likes to experiment with other people’s minds. But when her experiments go terribly wrong, where will she go for answers? And when other research teams start conducting tests of their own, what will the implications mean for her, and, more importantly, the entire human race?
Trial Run is a page-turning, spell-binding tale that explores quantum physics and human consciousness. Thomas Locke is a gifted writer who can make complicated science appealing. His characters are lively and empathetic. The action is non-stop, mind-blowing, and full of edge-of your-seat suspense. The book is hard to put down.
At times the science is so complicated and the plot moves so fast that it is difficult to keep track of who did what to whom but, as someone who doesn’t read Sci-Fi as a rule, even I find myself liking Trial Run.
I was given a free copy from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.