Mike Lewis is 44 years old. He’s educated, handsome and physically fit, as well as an experienced world-traveler. Women find him extremely appealing and his male friends admire Mike. Even with everything going for him, Mike has never married or started a family. It’s what he’s always desired, but Mike has a secret. He can’t share it with anyone—not even a lover or wife. The mysterious truth is that he sees horrifying vision of the future through a kaleidoscope each time he closes his eyes.
It started 15 years ago when an Egyptian worker tapped him on the forehead. Since then, his life has been a living hell trying to hide this mystical gift. He’s paranoid, but anyone would be overly suspicious after everything that’s happened recently. His home is bugged and his electronic devices tracked. Someone is watching and listening. They take a more aggressive approach and attempt abduction. Those Mike cares about the most are in danger too.
Mike wants to know who’s behind the recent chaos in his life, but the further he digs to uncover the culprits, the stranger things get. Determined to protect himself, he begins an intensive self-defense program. Those after him are relentless. He finally realizes that the best thing he can do is fight as long as he can, and then run.
Kaleidoscope is the first book in The Vision Chronicles series, a slice-of-life metaphysical/visionary thriller that details Mike’s changing ability and life.