‘Mindbenders’ is now #3028 overall in Amazon’s Kindle Store and #128 (of 16,182!) in Kindle Thrillers! Help me make the Top 100! Buy yours now! The heck with that – buy TWO so you have a spare!
The sequel’s coming this summer – be prepared!
The Reviewers have spoken (complete reviews here) :
‘Mindbenders is an incredible read and I was recommending it to others before I even finished reading it. I loved the characters with their flaws and their quirks. I loved the action and the way the characters used their powers. The idea of people like this actually existing in our reality is disquieting, to say the least. Ted Krever’s world is a scary one, but one you shouldn’t miss reading about…This book deserves every bit of the five stars I give it.’ – Bonnie Lamer
‘I have been trolling Amazon’s kindle offerings for a while, buying lots of inexpensive (and sometimes not-so-inexpensive) SF and fantasy offerings from indie authors. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. But “Mindbenders” was a big win. …about 3/4 of the way through I was wondering if he could really pull it all together by the end, but he does, and in grand style…I thought all the way through that it was a single, stand-alone piece (and it certainly is stand-alone) but after finishing it I was pleased to find that a sequel is in the works.’ – James Tepper on Amazon.
‘,,,an exceptional job of creating and portraying the characters and their abilities, and weaving it into a plot that will absolutely enthrall you. His work is fascinating and provocative, leaving you wondering how much we control our own destiny, and how much is controlled by others.’ – ‘Mountainmama’ Shirley Hicks
‘Mindbenders was a wonderful surprise. It took me all of two pages to get into it, and I was hooked through the end…If I had to complain about anything, it would be the end. Not that I found the conclusion unsatisfactory, but I wanted to spend more time with the characters.’ – Steve Madden
‘First rate action/adventure/thriller with twists, turns, suprises and a slam-bang conclusion. When you think you have the plot figured out, it throws you a curve of unexpected suspense.’ – Nash Black, author of SANDPRINTS OF DEATH
‘…a noir overlay to an otherwise hedonistic, modern thrill ride. Krever’s fully developed characters seep quietly into your head and set up house, begging you to read on well into the small and quiet hours of the night.’ – RM Holdsworth
‘This is political thriller at its best, there are twists and turns, traitors, and always something else hidden behind door number two. There is a great cast of characters, good guys and bad guys, and some who you just aren’t sure what they are.I enjoyed the heck out of this book, from the moment I picked it up I could not put it down.’ – Paranormal Romance Guild
‘…a brilliantly paced paranormal conspiracy thriller with an entertaining cast of characters and a plot that will keep you jumping from clue to clue to determine what is really happening.’ – Julie Dawson
‘This is that rare piece of fiction based on fact in such a way as to make the lines between the two seem to blur…well written and well edited, with a storyline that takes hold in the first few pages and doesn’t let go until the plot has unwound in ways one would not expect. The characters are well developed, ‘warts and all’, as the saying goes. The story takes the reader from the swamps of Florida to the catacombs of Rome while dealing with life and death, and war and peace.’ – Claudia
‘I was enthralled by this story and absolutely devoured it. It is fast-paced, exciting and yet allows for good character development and back-story…Overall I must say I was mightily impressed. I can recommend this story to anyone who enjoys a good thriller, suspense science/science fiction story, which covers a lot of people. In fact, anyone who enjoys a good tale should give this one a try – I think you’ll be as impressed as I was!’ -Katy Sozaeva
‘It is an awesome book. At times it was difficult for me to read. One of the characters was a vet suffering from PTSD. My son was in Iraq 10 years ago. Some of the scenes with the character of Greg brought back all the worry and fear. This is a fascinating book that is fiction based on fact. Ted Krever did an outstanding job! Read it even if it isn’t the genre you usually read.’ – CristiAK