CHARACTERS ´ Shift By Tim Kring

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Forrestal a man whose life is changed forever when he is unwittingly dragged into a CIA mind control experiment After being given a massive dose of LSD Chandler de­velops a frightening array of mental powers With his one in a billion brain chemistry Chandler’s heightened perception uncovers a plot to assassi­nate President Kennedy  Propelled to prevent the conspiracy of assassi­nation and anarchy Chandler becomes a target for deadly forces in and out of the government and is pursued across a simmering landscape people.

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Shift By Tim KriD by rogue CIA agents Cuban killers Mafia madmen and ex Nazi scientistsall the while haunted by a beautiful woman with her own scandalous past to purge her own score to settle Chased across America will Chandler be able to harness his “Shift” and rewrite history Combining the nonstop style of Ludlum with the sinister tangled conspiracies of DeLillo and Dick and featuring cameos from Lee Harvey Oswald to Timothy Leary to J Edgar Hoover Shift is a thriller guaranteed to be eual parts heart stopping and thought provoking..

CHARACTERS ´ Shift By Tim Kring Tim Kring is the creator an executive producer and a writer for Heroes Kring has worked as an executive producer for all four seasons of the show He is the most prolific writer for the series Tim Kring is well versed in writing and creating entertainment He began his writing career for the hit TV show Knight Rider in the early s In Kring penned Teen Wolf Too alongside Jeph Loeb He.

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  • Darcia Helle

    CHARACTERS ´ Shift By Tim Kring Shift By Tim KriI love the premise for this story Set in the 1960s the plot revolves around LSD and mind control experiments along the lines of MK Ultra experiments done by the CIA The writing is great as far as the author's phrasing and techniue However for me the story is all over the place At times I felt like I was the one on acid I was a third of the way into the book before the characters even began to link together enough so that the story made sense There were too many characters jumping around in too many places I had to work to follow the plot line and that made it impossible for me to get lost in the story I received


  • Matias Mestas

    CHARACTERS ´ Shift By Tim Kring Shift By Tim KriKring's 'Shift' never really gets into high gearSet in the sixties ‘Shift’ is a novel that aims for the sky but at some point it gets lost somewhere else We don’t really know where Written as the beginning of a trilogy that as far as I’m concerned hasn’t been continued the book introduces a pretty good idea plot and characters; however as the story goes on it begins to erode itself Is it worth reading I guess Does it leave you with uestions than answers Definitely and not in a


  • Cindy

    CHARACTERS ´ Shift By Tim Kring Shift By Tim KriDid LSD kill JFK That tagline drew me to yet another JFK conspiracy related novel The premise is intriguing; it lends another level scientific experimentation and mysticism to the different conspiracies that abound Mafia FBI CIA Cuba and of course Oswald and Ruby But it doesn't do it well enough to draw me back to complete the trilogy and that bothers me I don't like leaving something incomplete but this book was a chore The entire story felt too disjointed It does finally come together but only after 23 or 34 of the book There you finally discover how any of the book has to do with JFK and those other entities previously mentioned Further it seemed too fantastical to me I'm not sure why it didn't resonate why I didn't like it After allStephen King's 112363 was long and winding but oh so beautiful engaging tense and mystical King's trademark Maybe here I wanted a sense of realism Maybe books 2 and 3 go about resolving it all and making the experi


  • Rich Stoehr

    CHARACTERS ´ Shift By Tim Kring Shift By Tim KriThe first pages of Shift open on my birthday two years from now and the story reaches back from there to a time before the assassination of President John F Kennedy a time before I was born Coincidence Or is there some hidden meaning I should glean from this Shift is an ambitious novel in many ways not the least of which is an attempt to create a new story with the JFK assassination around which there are already stories than there are myths about King Arthur It's a big story spanning nearly 50 years chronologically and incorporating many famous historical characters J Edgar Hoover Timothy Leary and of course Lee


  • Shalor T.

    CHARACTERS ´ Shift By Tim Kring Shift By Tim KriIf you are a Heroes fan you are sure to recognize Tim Kring as the creator of the series For some readers this knowledge will


  • Adam Bennett

    CHARACTERS ´ Shift By Tim Kring Shift By Tim KriShift is an alternate history novel written by the guy who made up Heroes the TV show and another author Together they have written a solid readable novel with a great twist on a timeless uestion If you could somehow stop JFK or any public figure for that matter being assassinated what would happenMany writers have written in this vain some of the better offers including Stephen King’s 1122


  • Cheryl

    CHARACTERS ´ Shift By Tim Kring Shift By Tim KriThis book starts out in the year 1963 Chandler Forrestal was just an innocent victim He met Naz a nice woman who spiked his drink only she didn’t slip him a roofie Naz gave Chandler a bunch of LCD As if things aren’t out of this world


  • Nick

    CHARACTERS ´ Shift By Tim Kring Shift By Tim KriTV showrunner Tim Kring and his cowriter the experienced novelist Dale Peck have produced an alternate history mashup of mind control LSD conspiracy and the Kennedy assassination that goes on a bit too long with characters that showed promise for a while until well the damn thing exhausted me The authors beat the dead horse of a premise with a stick that got bloody about half way through Given that we know the outcome of the story the only reason to slog through would be the compelling characters and an intriguing premise Both started well for me I liked the scion of the ruling class turned philosopher who was targeted by the C


  • David Tendo

    CHARACTERS ´ Shift By Tim Kring Shift By Tim KriBoy was I disappointed I had wanted to read this when I first saw it on the bookstore shelves but it failed in a big way I really wanted to like this book but I just couldn't is it contradictory to say that it felt like too much was going on but at the same time nothing actually happens I loved the TV series Heroes and I loved the concept of secret government experiments with mind altering dr


  • Jessica

    CHARACTERS ´ Shift By Tim Kring Shift By Tim KriI picked up an advanced reading copy of this book at Comic Con after seeing a panel with Tim Kring I was initially interested because I'm a fan of Heroes but I wasn't sure what to expect from his novel I'm glad I gave it a chanceI liked the premise of this book taking a series of historical events and adding a sci fi twist to them and for the most part I really enjoyed the writing style I would have liked to have seen of Chandler and the development of his LSD induced powers and less of Melchior and agent uery but I'm assuming that their parts will be important for the rest of the trilogy and that is why so much time was devoted to them Because the narrative switches points of view in each chapter it takes a while to get into the story and invested in the characters but about a third of the way through I was sufficiently sucked in I'm definitely going to continue reading this series