The Tesla Gate By John D. Mimms

Cover of The Tesla Gate by John D. Mimms.The Tesla Gate by John D. Mimms is a really good read. It is interesting all the way through.

It is the sort of story that makes you think too. What would you do if all of a sudden the people you lost came back? And it turned out that they had been there the whole time…you just couldn’t see them?

That could be really bad. I mean what if you had been bad mouthing them? What if you were acting like you were really happy they were gone…then (oh crap!) here they are back again. You will have some explaining to do.

I also wonder about how the government acts in this story. I really hate thinking that the people in our government are that bloody STUPID. We know many of them are greedy and selfish and even corrupt…but this brand of stupidity…if they ARE that stupid…well it’s a wonder this country is still chugging along at all.

This is the sort of book you can have long debates about. You won’t forget it.

I want to know what happens next.

About the book:

When a cosmic storm enters Earth’s atmosphere, scientists are baffled by its composition and origins, but not nearly as much as they are by the storm’s side effect – anyone who has died and chosen not to cross over is suddenly stranded here, visible, and can interact with the living.

With the world thrown into chaos, Thomas Pendleton is eager to make up for many broken promises to his six-year-old son, Seth. Soon after the storm, they set out on a road trip to the National Air and Space Museum in Washington DC, completely unaware of the social and political maelstrom they’re heading into that will change their lives forever.

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About the Author:

Promo picture of author John D. Mimms. John D. Mimms is a business owner, paranormal researcher, and author. John served as the Technical Director for the Arkansas Paranormal and Anomalous Studies Team (ARPAST). During his four-year tenure with the organization, he helped supervise over 100 investigations and wrote more than sixteen technical articles. One of John’s articles, titled “A Christmas Carol Debunked,” was read live on Parazona Radio by Paul Bradford of Ghost Hunters International fame. John also wrote the ARPAST technical/training manual which is a comprehensive guide on equipment usage, investigation protocol, and scientific theory for paranormal research.

In 2009 John decided to couple his knowledge of paranormal phenomena with his lifelong love of literary fiction. Among his titles are The Great Keep, Death Theory, and The Lemonade Girl. John is currently working on book two of The Tesla Gate trilogy.

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1 comment

  1. Very intriguing plot! I do love to read paranormal stories because I think that they express in some point real thinks of our reality.
    It will be the first time that I am going to read a book by John Mimms, but I have a strong feeling about his current title The Tesla Gate.

    Great reading everyone!
    Amy
    Books that I like the most

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