Only Some Can Hear My Voice
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Once every generation comes a story of the world on the brink that has such scope, such imagination, such humanity that readers can only gasp at the vision. ONLY SOME CAN HEAR MY VOICE is this generation's. Set just a few years in the future, it imagines a world where tensions have risen to the point where any number of events could lead to cataclysmic results. Into this world come two mysterious figures claiming to be oracles. The worlds they're predicting are vastly different, but their presence alone sets off a course of events that could lead us to the very edge. And then there is the boy - a boy who might the source of salvation . . . or apocalypse.Reminiscent of transcendent works like Stephen King's THE STAND and Robert McCammon's SWAN SONG, ONLY SOME CAN HEAR MY VOICE is a work of extraordinary imagination, a bracing cautionary tale, and a remarkable adventure. PRAISE FOR BRIAN O'GRADY: "I thoroughly loved reading Hybrid by Dr. Brian O' Grady This well-written, suspenseful, thrilling novel will keep you on your toes waiting for what happens next. Move over Michael Crichton there is another medical thriller novelist on the block " - Gather "This novel grabbed me from the first page and I just couldn't stop reading. It is terrifying and intriguing and I was drawn to the author's use of modern technology to give the plot a sense of realism." - Simply Stacie on Hybrid "Amanda's Story is the prequel to Hybrid and is just as exciting and terrifying." - Single Titles "The Unyielding Future is a breath of fresh air in its uniqueness and highlights the darkness of the human soul. This is one story you don't want to miss " -Literarily Illumined.
Story Plant, 9781611882643, 480pp.
Publication Date: September 24, 2019
About the Author
Brian O'Grady is the author of three previous novels, including the national bestseller Hybrid, Amanda's Story, and The Unyielding Future. He is a practicing neurologic surgeon and, when he is not writing or performing brain surgery, he struggles with Ironman triathlons. He lives with his wife in Idaho.