The trucks are in high gear and the rock-n-roll show is making some waves, but when your soundman has a hunkering for phantoms; there’s mayhem lurking around every bend. CJ’s secret hunger leads him down some treacherous paths when a few unexpected ghosts step into the picture. Forced to take an alternative route, he discovers that some semblances have been warned about his plans.
Now faced with a new set of challenges, his courage is put to the test and he learns a few lessons about the spirit world, but they had no idea he’d been taking notes. Turns out that being put in his place has inadvertently offered the ticket-holders a first-hand, mind-bending taste of the unknown.
As the stage shows gain recognition, the rumors escalate and it’s time to own up to some bizarre behavior but that doesn’t mean he’s necessarily told the truth. On top of everything else, he now has his hands full keeping the media chasing their own tails. It’s getting much more difficult to decipher who’s human, and who’s not, as CJ continues to delve into places long forgotten.
Jan 30, 2012
By Dirk Kennedy – Jan 30, 2012 - iBooks
In the world of sci-fi there are two things: Genius and crap.
EKKO is the former, and so much more. Instead of been there done that interplanetary wars, monsters and aliens, we get the most original idea to come along in eons. Johnny Walker has come up with a premise so original, it challenges all you have ever understood about music, dimension and physics. A world that exists within our own yet hidden from all of us. That is until we meet C.J. The man who discovers it all. EKKO is so methodically mapped out in terms of characters, plot and scene. I went back for a second read to see what nuances I might have overlooked, and man are there nuances! We also get the first new original technology in perhaps ever! The Hayson is one of those things that will eventually become a part of our vernacular, like Death Star or the transporter. Finally a maverick has come to blow the dust off of what sci-fi has become over the last two decades, cliché and boring. There is not one borrowed idea, not one similar character, Nor one familiar theme. This is original from the ground up. Mr. Walker seems to have channeled something from the next dimension and will have you bringing a flashlight to bed to make sure you are alone.
Powerfully original and breathtakingly fascinating!
Thirty 6 Black Bees
Very original material. Edge of your seat reading! The cast of
characters are both real and engaging....Science fiction at it's best!!!