Centralia

Centralia Peter Ryan wakes up on a typical morning only to find his house empty his wife and daughter nowhere to be found His world is shattered after a phone call to a friend confirms the impossible his wife

  • Title: Centralia
  • Author: Mike Dellosso
  • ISBN: 9781414390413
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback
  • Peter Ryan wakes up on a typical morning only to find his house empty, his wife and daughter nowhere to be found His world is shattered after a phone call to a friend confirms the impossible his wife and daughter died in a car accident he does not remember Haunted by faint memories and flashes of details, Peter becomes convinced that something isn t right and begins toPeter Ryan wakes up on a typical morning only to find his house empty, his wife and daughter nowhere to be found His world is shattered after a phone call to a friend confirms the impossible his wife and daughter died in a car accident he does not remember Haunted by faint memories and flashes of details, Peter becomes convinced that something isn t right and begins to question reality When he discovers a note in his daughter s handwriting, strange memories begin to surface that cause him to second guess nearly everything he once believed Suddenly armed men show up at Peter s home, turning the mysterious puzzle of his past into a dangerous game of cat and mouse On the run and unsure whom to trust, Peter has to discover what s real and what isn t before he loses everything.

    • Free Read [Horror Book] ☆ Centralia - by Mike Dellosso ✓
      421 Mike Dellosso
    • thumbnail Title: Free Read [Horror Book] ☆ Centralia - by Mike Dellosso ✓
      Posted by:Mike Dellosso
      Published :2018-09-09T13:32:43+00:00

    One thought on “Centralia”

    1. Dear Sir. Dellosso:Where have you been all my life?Man-oh-man! I LOVE THIS BOOK!!!Every time I went to my recommendations on and , Mike Dellosso's name came out, and I always knew I had to read one of his books and I supposed I could like them However, I didn't know how much!This book is so perfect that I'm fangirling right now. Anyway, the thing is that I'm so excited because I think I've found a new fav author!-I recieved a book from Tyndale Blog Network in exchange for my honest opinion but [...]

    2. Centralia is Christianized version of a Jason Bourne story: a super-skilled secret agent has his memory erased by his handlers, but as memories emerge, he struggles to find his true identity. The writing and plot were somewhat enjoyable, but unremarkable. It does hold fast to the tagline "Things are not what they seem."My main impression after reading Centralia was how ridiculous the secret base was. This base serves a central role in the plot, yet it was poorly thought out. This supposed secret [...]

    3. Centralia was a bit of a disappointment. I had super high expectations for the book going in, and yet when reading it, it was just way too confusing. I didn't know what was real, who to believe, or really what was even going on until the last little bit. It was a struggle to stay interested when you don't know what's true least it was that way for me. I did overall like the book, though, just wish it would have been a bit more clear. I plan on reading the next book.

    4. RESEÑA COMPLETA EN ESPAÑOLWARNING: This book is not for cardiac peopleMike Dellosso is one of those authors that I always wanted to read, but for one reason or other, until now I hadn’t read any of his books And now I regret not having done so.This book is AMAZING in the every sense of the word.I love thrillers, but definitely, this is one had me on the edge of my seat, wanting to finish the book and wanting to know how this chaos would be solved.The story has SO MANY twists in the plot, and [...]

    5. Guided……Peter Ryan was guided by his soul and the love for his family.Though they tried to change his life, he kept going. A nightmarish ride to find the truth he already knew. His belief in God was deep seated and came to surface and saved him.Centralia is another exciting book from Mike Dellosso. Best of all, this is a very good story with believable characters. Please be sure you want to be grabbed before picking up this book, it will take you on a journey. For those who may have not read [...]

    6. "Things aren't what they seem. They aren't what you think." Plagued by reoccurring nightmares that lead him down a hallway towards a locked door, Peter Ryan is frantic to remember what happened to his wife and daughter. Nearly losing his life in a home invasion, from what appeared to be a highly trained commando unit, he goes on the run for his life. But not before retrieving what appears to be a message from his daughter, "Daddy, we went to Centralia".This high energy psychological thriller tak [...]

    7. A good psychological thriller that keeps you guessing what is true and what isn't! It's like trying to find your way through a maze of mind-bending paths.

    8. Title: CentraliaAuthor: Mike Dellosso Pages: 386Year: 2015Publisher: Tyndale HouseWhat would you do if you woke up one morning and realized that your world was not what you thought it was? How would you feel if you found out that your memories were untrustworthy? In Mike Dellosso’s Centralia, Peter Ryan can’t find out where his wife and daughter are, and he is told that they died in a car accident two months prior; however, Peter finds a hidden note from his eight-year-old daughter that say [...]

    9. Reading Centralia is like being whisked away by a monster roller coaster and not being able to get off! The ride is amazing, fast and never lets up, all the way to the end of the book! "Peter Ryan wakes up on a typical morning only to find his house empty, his wife and daughter nowhere to be found. His world is shattered after a phone call to a friends confirms the impossible: his wife and daughter died in a car accident he doesn't remember.Haunted by faint memories and flashes of details, Peter [...]

    10. I always know when I begin a Dellosso book I am in for a wild ride. This novel started off with a shock and just kept going.Peter Ryan wakes up to an empty house. His wife and daughter are gone. He calls a friend only to be told they had been killed in an automobile accident. Didn't he remember? But Peter is haunted by faint memories and a sense that something is very wrong. He finds a hidden note in his daughter's handwriting that she and her mom have gone to Centralia. Then thugs show up at hi [...]

    11. Peter Ryan is the perfect soldier. A lethal shot, a master at hand-to-hand combat and a sixth sense for anticipating danger, he is not to be messed with. Unfortunately, these skills are as much of a surprise to him as they are to some of the people chasing him. How did he become such a lethal weapon? And where are his wife and daughter? Does he have a wife and daughter? Who is Peter Ryan? And why are the Government chasing him?Intriguing, suspenseful and absolutely full of surprises Centralia gr [...]

    12. When I started reading this novel, I had to convince myself that I was indeed reading a Dellosso novel. It did not feel like I was. All I can say is that if this is a Dellosso novel then he must have gone from great to excellent since his last novel, Fearless (2013). Dellosso seems to have developed his expertise further and taken this to the next level. This is one very well crafted novel.I know there are some very cliche terms/phrases in book reviewing. "Hitting the ground running" is one of t [...]

    13. Centralia by Mike Dellosso is one of my favorite books of the year. It only took me two days to read and that’s fast for me. Centralia is a thrilling book full of suspense. You never know what will happen next. Each chapter, almost every page has something new happening. If you like to guess what will happen next in a book you will never be able to in Centralia. Centralia is a real place. Centralia is a borough and a near-ghost town in Columbia County, Pennsylvania, United States. Its populati [...]

    14. The premise is intriguing, but the way the tale is told is quite confusing. It’s difficult to follow the chain of events because things are never as they seem. In a thriller, this is expected, but readers also expect some occasional true revelations. Yet for those who like a great adventure, this story will fit the bill perfectly.Peter Ryan wakes up and finds his wife and daughter missing. When he calls around trying to find them, he is told that they died in an accident, of which he has no re [...]

    15. Great book lots of surprises keeps you guessing until the end. I definitely recommend this book.I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher through TBCN/BookFun in exchange for my honest review.

    16. Having read all of Mike Dellosso's books over years, he has become one of my favorite authors. Centralia is a wild ride and one of his best. Looking forward to the sequel coming in 2016.

    17. I almost titled this review "Don't read Mike Dellosso unless you have nothing else to do" but then I thought it might dissuade someone from reading his work and that would be a mistake. This guy can write a page turner like few others. It's just they're really hard to put down. Centralia is a fast paced page turner that follows Peter Ryan, a man whose life is a complete mystery. When attacked this humble research assistant suddenly has fighting/military skills he doesn't know he has and he doesn [...]

    18. Constant action made this a heart-pounding read! The potential for evil, with brainwashing and conspiracy, is exposed. Lots of death and bullets; but not graphic violence (if that makes sense). The author identifies the critical need for the anchor of Jesus, and reliance on His strength, to pull us through the darkness of “powers and principalities”.

    19. Just pulled this off the library shelf. Thought it was a real thriller. As I read along, I kept thinking, “Ugh. This is awful! And why does he keep bringing up god?” I got a 3rd of the way in and it’s just so immature and tedious. It’s like a bible study adventure story. It needs to be labeled as Christian lesson material. Not mainstream fiction.

    20. Good story. The Jason Boorne comparison has already been made by another reviewer so I'll let that stand. This book is safe to read.

    21. This was a great book that had me riveted to what was going on. I finished it in two days which is not like me at all. Great mystery, twists and turns.

    22. Action PackedPeter Ryan is on a mission to find his wife and daughter, even though everyone is telling him they are dead. Awakening one day with a sense that his reality is a bit off, finding a note from his daughter, then having his home invaded by some pretty tough characters, he takes off looking for answers. He is repeatedly attacked and chased after, with no knowledge of why or who is doing this. When his ability to fight back, amazes even himself, he begins to wonder if all he knows to be [...]

    23. This book starts out with the statement "Things are not what they seem." And then the story begins and you see that is exactly the case.Mike has been one of my favorite authors for quite some time, and every novel he churns out is a masterpiece, totally different from his others. This one is no exception. It is totally different from his previous seven books, and it is so good that he will have a hard time topping this one. The book has been described as a psychological thriller, and that is an [...]

    24. I have read several of Mike Dellosso’s novels — all have been breathless suspense/speculative books that leave the reader slightly off-kilter. In Centralia, he has stepped it up a notch. Page-turning, with jarring images and ideas, this book is for those who want an adrenaline-laced read and a mind bending concept. This one kept me wondering to the last page and beyond.Peter Ryan wakes up one morning with a memory like Swiss cheese. A confusing mix of holes and conflicting memories leaves hi [...]

    25. Disclaimer: Centralia was provided by Tyndale in exchange for an honest review.Centralia is a different sort of book than what I usually get from Tyndale. It was refreshing to read something from a different genre, and it was interesting to see how Dellosso incorporated Christianity into a genre that usually excludes it. And while the religious aspects were not nearly as prevalent as the action sequences, overall I thought Dellosso did a decent job of combining the two.The action, however, was a [...]

    26. Centralia by author Mike Dellosso is the first book in his Jed Patrick action packed series. Published by Tyndale this thrilling 400 page book's cover states "things are not what they seem". How true! What is Centralia? Where is Centralia? Who is lying? Who can be trusted?The book's main character is Peter Ryan. It is just a regular day when he wakes up alone in his house. Where are his wife and daughter? With no success in locating them he decides to phone a friend only to learn he has no famil [...]

    27. Mike Dellosso in his new book, “Centralia” Book One in the Jed Patrick series published by Tyndale House Publishers gives us Things Are Not What They Seem.From the Back Cover: Peter Ryan wakes up on a typical morning only to find his house empty, his wife and daughter nowhere to be found. His world is shattered after a phone call to a friend confirms the impossible: his wife and daughter died in a car accident he does not remember.Haunted by faint memories and flashes of details, Peter becom [...]

    28. Things are not what they seem.Peter Ryan can't find his wife and daughter. Everyone keeps telling him they died, but he doesn't believe them. He does, however, have memories of their funeral. When his house is invaded, he discovers that he has survival skills he was not aware he had. He doesn't understand what is going on, and do the disconnected memories have anything to do with what's happening? And, what about the nightmare he has almost every night? Is it significant? Centralia is a fast-pac [...]

    29. Centralia by Mike Dellosso is a suspense novel that will keep the reader focused and on the edge of the seat until the very end. With all the action, the book reads quickly and is hard to put down. This read is not for someone who likes predictability in a storyline and doesn’t like to keep an open mind to confusion and twists and turns throughout. Also, the faint at heart may not enjoy due to the graphic violence. Peter Ryan wakes up one morning forgetting that his wife and daughter have been [...]

    30. As soon as I read the summary, I knew I wanted to read this book. When I received the book, I couldn't wait to start it. It looked as exciting as the summary sounded and I was not disappointed.What I loved about this book is that it kept moving, kept me guessing and never quite knowing for sure while at the same time it never became too confusing. It never once bogged down. I found myself intrigued by the analogy of the closed door and how our subconscious mind will keep us from opening a door a [...]

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *