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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
<p>Numerous baffling things are happening: frogs with six legs, unexplained deaths, birds migrating and nesting at the wrong time of year. What was the answer to the mysterious events? The CDC sent Drs. Jordan Abellard and Jillian Brookwood to investigate. Dr. David Carter and Dr. Rebecca Sorenson each make their own discoveries.</p>
<p>Resonance got me thinking enough to actually do some research on a Polar Magnet Shift. Frankly, I had never heard of the theory. It is obvious that the author knows the topic well. A.J. Scudiere is a talented writer; he grabs the attention of the reader from the first page and does not let go. The plot is fascinating. I must admit that when the scheme of things shifted about half way into the book, I thought Schudiere had lost his focus; I soon found myself understanding the shift and staying right with him. The characters were brilliant, courageous, yet very human. I have tried to be very careful not to give away the plot. I would not want to ruin it for others. I encourage all fans of science fiction and fantasy to rush out and get their own copy. Resonance is sure to make the bestseller list.</p>