Premonition of Terror

A Paranormal Thriller

Fiction - Thriller - Terrorist
326 Pages
Reviewed on 07/19/2016
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Author Biography

Kathryn Orzech, Connecticut native and world traveler, writes mystery, suspense, and thrillers with a little romance, and often veering into the supernatural.

Her website, true paranormal experiences of ordinary people, inspired the plot for her contemporary psychic thriller PREMONITION OF TERROR when she wondered, What if premonitions from around the world predicted the same catastrophe? "If only you knew, who would YOU tell? If no one believed, how far would YOU go to stop it?"

ASYLUM, a dark suspense saga, reflects the author's regard for art and design, history, and family drama, while interests in geopolitics, society and culture, and extremism play out in PREMONITION OF TERROR.

Two very different books share similarities with strong women characters grappling with unexpected and extraordinary situations, and supernatural encounters as part of normal life.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' Favorite

Premonition of Terror by Kathryn Orzech is a science fiction novel about how regular, everyday people can share paranormal experiences as an extracurricular activity, and where the experiences eventually lead. Premonition of Terror is a book best suited for those who enjoy science fiction that focuses on the paranormal. The story follows people who go to Dreamwatch to share paranormal experiences for fun. Kate Kasabian is a psychic whose revealing of a prediction once led to people being harmed. However, with thousands of lives at risk, she has no choice but to share her vision with her brother, who happens to be an FBI agent. The warning goes ignored until a well-known counter terrorism agent briefs the FBI on a credible threat that matches Kate Kasabian’s prediction.

Move over Jack Bauer and make room for psychic Kate Kasabian. Kate Kasabian is a character that I found to be particularly well written; she seemed the perfect balance between psychic and investigator. However, my favorite character was most definitely Matt Chase. He really reminded me a lot of Jack Bauer, though he was a bit less willing to resort to torture than Jack. Premonition of Terror by Kathryn Orzech is written at a steady pace that makes uses of technology and psychic skills in order to stop the threat and save the day. When I finished the book the only thought left in my mind was please, Kathryn Orzech, write a second book!