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Reviewed by Keith Mbuya for Readers' Favorite
For the four decades he had been at the Bureau, Special FBI agent Gene Wyke had worked over a thousand cases, and he hoped his latest assignment, to find a missing ten-year-old girl, Marigold Riley, would be his last. Being a stickler for his own rules, Gene wastes no time interrogating the people closest to Marigold; her mother Carol Riley, and twin sister Katie Riley. It’s not long before Gene finds cracks in the case. Apart from Marigold not being a blood relative of Carol and Katie, an alcoholic Carol may not have been the best mother in Galvin, Colorado. Before Gene can wrap his head around what is going on, Katie goes missing. Gene finds himself turning to Carol’s psychic sister Gabby Riley for help. Apparently, a portal into an alternate universe was somewhere in a clearing in the woods in Galvin, exactly where the search units lost Katie’s trail. Going in pursuit of the girls, Gene is forced to follow Gabby into the portal and into another world. With so much at stake will they find the two girls? Get yourself Jesse L. Watson’s The Doorway to learn more.
I’m utterly spellbound by Watson’s storytelling genius. If you are looking for a fast-paced sci-fi novel that draws the heartbeat of its plot from a gripping tale of love, trust, secrets, deceit, broken homes, psychics, sleuths, an alternate universe, fairies, monsters, and so much more, Jesse L. Watson’s The Doorway is a must-read for you. Featuring a compellingly fascinating and dynamic cast, Watson weaves a mind-blowing plot spinning a tangled web of mystery. The ingenious plot twists, jaw-dropping cliffhangers, and edge-of-the-seat suspense left me at the mercy of Watson’s words. Watson has a knack for depicting the mood and setting of a scene. The evocative depictions colorfully brought the scenes to life, plunging me into a whole new world of incredible action, adventure, horror, and thrills. Watson’s depiction of the cast’s complex traits and emotions gave them authenticity, allowing me to connect with them. Gene is the type of intuitive, shrewd, stealthy, daring, and experienced agent you will enjoy. The Doorway is a terrific debut in the Blue Mind Series. I loved it. I can’t wait to lay my hands on the next installment.