Outview by Brandt Legg (Reviewed by Sami)

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Title: Outview

    Author: Brandt Legg

    Published Date: November 17, 2013

    Genre:  YA Mystical Fantasy Thriller


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OUTVIEW, the best selling first book of the Inner Movement trilogy – A mystical fantasy thriller.

 There is a secret so powerful that, once known, the world will never be the same. For centuries they have died to protect it. Nate found it. They know he did. Across time and dimension they are after him . . .

 Four years ago, his father died. Two years ago, Nate’s mother locked his brother in a mental institution. One year ago, horrific visions began to torture him. Now, a clandestine group, wielding overwhelming power, wants him silenced. Nate is only sixteen.

Nothing is what it appears and the tragedies of his life are all connected to the secret, a secret so unimaginable that it will decide whether our modern society becomes a utopian or dystopian world.

 Nate embarks on a breathless quest to save his brother and unravel the mystery of their father’s death. His desperate flight takes a stunning turn when, along with three school friends, he encounters mystics who teach forgotten skills and lost wisdom and reveal an extraordinary destiny.

 A fantasy thriller, set in present day Oregon and California, will appeal to more than young adult fans. Outview, the first book of the Inner Movement trilogy, combines mystics, metaphysical magic, psychics and reincarnation to push this new age conspiracy beyond the realm of the Celestine Prophecy and the Alchemist.

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Brandt Legg had me hooked on the first page and after I was done reading OutView I’m still thinking about the book. OutView is filled with astral traveling, visions of past life’s, supernatural concepts and reincarnation. I like that Brandt Legg talked about that we all have inner powers. Very interesting. OutView is a book I normally don’t read or fantasy thriller but I’m very glad I did.

 I actually really liked that the main character is a boy and told from his point of view. Nate Ryder has a hard life his dad died, his brother Dustin is in a mental institute, and his mom drowns herself in the restaurant. Nate starts having visions of past life’s, hears voices and see things people can’t. Nate is afraid that he might go crazy like his brother did. Luckily Nate has two best friends Kyle and Linh that always has his best interest and has his back. Kyle is just awesome with all his background and meditation.

 From the very start I was intrigued to Nate’s very strange world and out views. I recommend this book to anyone that loves mystery.

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