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WiSpY

by Rob Andrews

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I found Wispy an interesting read. The story is told from Adam's point of view. Adam gets freaked out while writing his blog because of what seems to be a "ghost in his computer." After opening an e-mail, WiSpY starts chatting with him, only the things WiSpY says, he would only know if he, or she, or it were actually there.....and there is no one in the basement with Adam. Adam is a funny guy, and he does everything he can to stay away from the basement and his computer, but to no avail, and his life gets turned upside down. He ends up meeting Pretoria, who is a beautiful woman, and Adam is baffled by what she sees in him. Pretoria helps to "awaken" Adam, and bring to his remembrance who and what he really is. After a couple of incidents revolving around his blog and Pretoria, Adam finds himself a wanted man, he's just not sure who, or better yet what wants him and why.

WiSpY is centered around the paranormal and Rob Andrews creates a spiritual world with spiritual beings which is both entertaining and mystifying. The story is action packed, with twists and turns, and incorporates a science fiction/fantasy element that is quite suspenseful. I found the supporting characters funny, especially Adam's friend Tony. If you enjoy stories centered around the supernatural with the added bonus of a science fiction twist, then WiSpY is a story you would like. ( )
  alwaysyaatheart | Jun 2, 2012 |
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A young blogger has the ultimate on-line encounter; a spirit partner who introduces him to a world he must master to save his own. A ghost in the machine? Adam is a 19 year old blogger who lives in his mother’s basement and who is dealing with a critically ill friend. A simple reply to a blog fan e-mail begins a relationship with Pretoria, a a beautiful and mysterious young woman. Pretoria guides him into ‘the Realm’, a spirit world where he discovers he is a powerful force for the protection and survival of human kind. As Pretoria reintroduces Adam to the Realm and his place in it, he realizes that she is not only trying to reclaim him for the sake of humanity, but also for the spirit world and herself. Facing a powerful evil , Adam re-engages with the Realm in order to save his friend and the human world while re-discovering why he had tried to escape it in the first place. As a battle within the Realm reaches its climax, Adam must finally choose between his human and his spirit form, or lose both.

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