Mind of the Man-Child is the first volume in the Lost Children of Earth Series. The story follows the psychic awakening of William, a young man who is actually the son of members of a race of humans who are no longer from Earth. This race is involved in a civil war which ends up on William’s doorstep. The confused teenager must deal with bullies both at home and from beyond the stars, a new love, and a team of FBI agents who are tracking a series of very unusual murders. A new twist on a beloved genre, Mind of the Man-Child is sure to capture the imagination & have the reader eager for the installments to come
I really, REALLY enjoyed reading this book! It is a “other-worldly” take on the old idea that what is different scares us, no matter how “advanced” we think we are. The author takes two completely different worlds and combines them into a story that will keep you wanting to read more. Looking forward to “Riddle of the Source”!
Very enjoyable, something different.
I really enjoyed this book. It is unlike anything else I have read, falling into its own personal category. Very interesting concept, with a nice twist tying it into our mythology and history, very well-written. The characters had a certain amount of depth and development to them, and the main players were fully rounded, multi-dimensional personalities.
This book is amazing. It took me away immediately and made me look differently at everything around me – it is a fantasy story, but one that builds a fantasy world interwoven with our own. As you grow to love the main characters, you identify with each one. The ending is completely satisfying (I won’t ruin it for you, of course!) but leaves you thirsty for the sequel. Can’t wait to read it!
I gave this book five stars because it kept me coming back for more. Mind of the Man Child lead me on a chase through corridors full of wild dreams. The relatable characters and fantastic circumstances provide a touch of mystery containing all the action-packed adventure you can imagine. Gaynor provides brilliantly built worlds that comes to life as you read. I found this book covers a bit of SYFI, fantasy, horror, mystery, a bit of romance, and even a hint of humor; everything I needed for a fun weekend getaway.
I thought this was an interesting read. The story grabs you and holds on through twists and turns of adventure. The characters were both relatable and engaging, and I found myself wanting to learn more about them. Gaynor has created a fascinating world that touches our own and comes alive as you read. I am eager to learn more about this world and look forward to reading the next book in the series.