Stunt Road

Stunt Road It seems too good to be true When Pete McFadden invents his own system of fortune telling he doesn t really expect anyone to take it seriously He can t imagine that it will become Hollywood s next sp

  • Title: Stunt Road
  • Author: Gregory Mose
  • ISBN: 9780615306636
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Paperback
  • It seems too good to be true When Pete McFadden invents his own system of fortune telling, he doesn t really expect anyone to take it seriously He can t imagine that it will become Hollywood s next spiritual fad And he certainly never dreams that Horokinetics could make him famous But it does And when his creation becomes the battleground between a manipulative cultIt seems too good to be true When Pete McFadden invents his own system of fortune telling, he doesn t really expect anyone to take it seriously He can t imagine that it will become Hollywood s next spiritual fad And he certainly never dreams that Horokinetics could make him famous But it does And when his creation becomes the battleground between a manipulative cult leader and an unscrupulous corporation, Pete learns a simple truth If something seems too good to be true, it probably is Stunt Road is an intelligent, cynical and above all entertaining foray into the murky world of for profit spirituality If you ve ever raised an eyebrow at self improvement schemes, corporate marketing mania or the general gullibility of your fellow men, then this book is a treat And if you haven t, then it is a must read.

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    • I love the idea of someone accidentally starting a cult. There's brilliance in the prose. At first, it reminded me of a modern day, more accessible version of Umberto Eco's Foucault's Pendulum. And thank goodness, it's not remotely like the Da Vinci Code. It has mystery, suspense, conspiracies, corporate intrigue, anti-globalization activists, new age mysticism, for-profit religions, Christianity, and a little bit of a love story, all with very funny pop culture references, and a potential new s [...]


    • Stunt Road by Gregory MoseGregory Mose takes the reader on a whirlwind ride into the world of the obscure, enlightening, mystic, and colorful world of Horokinetics. Never heard of Horokinetics? Oh, you will in this book, and enjoy the journey. Unemployed Pete McFadden, along with his old college friend and mathematician Emily, and childhood friend and psychologist, Susan take on a project thrown out almost as a challenge by the person Pete has been trying to get a job interview with. He is promi [...]


    • I really liked the premise. I enjoyed the plot all the way through, from beginning to end. I wouldn't change a thing regarding the path that it took. I just didn't feel it was executed in a way that did it justice. I found it too talky, with too much narrative explanation. I felt the plot was pushed forward by that instead of just letting the book and the characters move themselves and pull the plot along as they went.


    • “Stunt Road” is a novel – almost a roman-a-clef – which examines a fairly simple and straight-forward experience, what I called the ‘Oh-s**t!’ event. At the top of a steep, snowy mountain, a small child casually makes a snowball and starts it rolling – and then watches in absolute horror as the snowball gets bigger, and bigger as it rolls down the mountainside, gathering mass and density – until it reaches the bottom of the mountain, where it swiftly derails a train, bounds acros [...]


    • Stunt Road by Gregory Mose proved to both an intriguing and stimulating read. This is the first novel by the author and it does indeed make a great impression as the story deals with greed and betrayal stemming from of all things, predicting the future. The main character Peter McFadden becomes famous for creating a system of prognostication, he calls Horokinetics.Peter has seen better days, he graduated from UCLA and was gainfully employed as a CGI animator but a twist of fate had him joining t [...]


    • Stunt Road does for the world of astrology and modern divination what Umberto Eco's, Faucault's Pendulum did for the world of conspiracy theories and secret societies. Turns it upside down upon it's head to expose it in a whole new light which makes the reader question themselves, their own believes, their conceptions of reality and truth, and the world that they live in. One of the things which makes this story so compelling is the believability of it. While reading it is tempting at times to w [...]


    • Not only did I found Stunt Road to be engaging from the very first paragraph, but I never came to a place in the novel where I was not waiting to see what would happen next. The fact that I was constantly surprised by how the plot unfolded was not only refreshing but delightful. I loved how the story was both fantastical in the plot’s evolution yet managed to feel very real, modern and utterly plausible. Strong writing, heady moralistic battles laced with sharp wit, and a cinematic feel make t [...]


    • Great read. Intelligent and fun. I highly recommend this one to anyone who is fed up with the current lack of skepticism about the blind belief in ANYTHING so called spiritual. Spiritualism has become chewing gum for the mind and this novel exposes that side of our society and people's need to believe in things that allow them to absolve responsibility for their own lives. And the protagonist is not a holier than thou type of guy - what a relief! Well done Mose, hope to read more by you.



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