What would you do if you had the powers of telekinesis? Brandon Hudson faces that very question when he discovers these powers and more as a young boy. He revels in his abilities. But a voice interferes with his understanding of right and wrong, leading Brandon to act evilly. When a secret society reaches out to him, Brandon has to question his upbringing, his family's history and the very presence of the voice.
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September 02, 2010 327 0Add
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May 15, 2010
Self Convictions 2010-09-02 03:24:36 Julie Clayton
Long before "Heroes" was a popular television series, author R.J. Hamilton was writing a story in his mind about a young man with extraordinary powers. The protagonist of Self Convictions, Brandon Hudson, has the power of telekinesis. Not tamely moving pens across a table, but a great force that seems to come from inside of his head, someone else's voice and unchecked emotions, willing him to commit murderous and appalling acts. As Brandon grows from childhood to early adulthood, he discovers the strength and intensity of his "alter-ego" powers, as well as a growing tension of both loving and hating what they--he--can do. Each act seems more hideous than the last, and yet he manages, just barely, to retain his sanity--and some conscience.
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