Fade To Black by Tim McBain and L.T. Vargus was a very interesting story. It reminded me of Edge of Tomorrow: Live, Die, Repeat combined with the Matrix. This story is about Jeff Grobnagger a 25 yr old loner who loathes himself, because he feels that he can't connect to people. He's emotional detached from society. The story starts off when Jeff is having a vision while having one of his seizures that started several months prior, and this time he's having one in public, inside of the grocery store. Jeff keeps having the same vision over and over again with the same out come, he's hanging upside down, he gets down only to be choked to death by a hooded figure and then he wakes up once he dies in the vision. He has no idea what these visions mean nor is he going to the doctor for having these seizures, he outright refuses. He just wants to be left alone. Until he meets Glenn in the grocery store after his episode, he is a older fellow in his fifties that lives alone with his cats, Glenn offers him a ride and takes a detour to his house to feed his cat, there he invites Jeff in, and fixes him something to eat, they end up conversing about Jeff's visions and he tells Glenn all about it, and Glenn came up to the conclusion that by these visions Jeff can help him find his missing daughter Amity, who has been involved in some metaphysical supernatural dealings, that somehow maybe connected to Jeff's visions. But, being the kind of guy Jeff is, he doesn't want to help anyone or anyone helping him, he just wants to be left alone so of course he abruptly leaves Glenn's house and proceeds to walk home just to be stopped by a woman in a limousine Ms. Babineaux who knows all about his visions, unbeknownst to him, he wasn't even aware that they even meant something, just that he was having some bizarre episodes. Ms. Babineaux is a very vague character and just advises him to be careful, and he does really need to be cautious because on that very night he has another seizure and someone tried to break into his house while he was out cold and when he comes to, his windows are shattered by bullets. Jeff is no longer safe in his home, so he goes to the only person he knows, that just befriended him, Glenn, and from there they take you on an adventure of clues to find out the mystery behind his visions throughout the story. I actually find this series intriguing, I love Jeff Gronbnagger's character, he's so lonely that he's loveable to me, it makes you want to be his friend. The plot is great too, you will have to really pay attention while your reading, you can't just skim over a paragraph, you might miss something essential to the story line. One thing I love about this series and why it will make a great movie is because of the suspense and the mystery, it's thrilling and keeps you on edge. Everything works together with this book, from Glenn being in Jeff's life, there's such a mystery at the end about this friendly and lovable character and Jeff trying to help find his daughter, to this secret society who knows about Jeff visions. I'm excited to get more in depth in this series and find out the reasons why this extraordinary thing happened to this ordinary guy who wants nothing more than to live his life in peace, but how does the old saying goes, when you make plans God laughs, because it will never play out how you planned it. So of course I recommend this paranormal thriller. The authors make you feel that this could happen to you, that it really wouldn't be so out the ordinary, that's how real the story made you feel. It's like territory into the unknown, and in this book being oblivious to your situation doesn't help much. Take an adventure and read the series and take a peak into Jeff Gronbnagger's life. I promise you won't be disappointed when it ends up in a theater near you!