Review of “Medium Wave” by Rose Zolock @rararesources @RoseZolock

Becky Moran, a woman who leads her life as someone who can talk with the deceased. She has a great life. She works with Hugh Jolly, a man she met while still in college who was looking for his next star. Becky met Hugh at a party, and she was able to convince him that she was the right person for him to work with to get his life back on track and his producing career back in gear. Becky is very good at reading people and knowing what to say to get their attention. She has Sarah Jones who works for her now to do the research on the guest for her radio show, but before the radio gig, she was able to research people to know what to say to get their attention. Becky also has Olly Harvey, her producer who keeps her focused during her shows. Little does Becky know that her life is about to change forever, and she could be in danger because of it. Becky is doing her weekly talk show and she is describing a four hundred year old piece of supernatural history. It’s a crystal that was belonged to “Dr. John Dee, he was the Queens magician, a powerful alchemist and was the Royal Astronomer to Elizabeth the First.” This stone will change everything for Becky as well as those she works with.

Bert Brookings, a young man who sees Becky as a spiritual nemesis. He runs a YouTube channel for his Astral Enchantment fans. He runs workshops for his fans and he claimed he could heal the sick, he was guided by the unicorn, and that “Love Cured” him. He was making money off of his fans and he too was a fake. Bert came from the wrong side of the tracks and had a dark past. His new found life came to him while he was in prison. Bert’s life will change too, but not in the same way as Becky’s.

I really enjoyed this book. It was a big change from what I usually read. I read paranormal occasionally, but this was really different from what I am used to. I am very glad that I was chosen to be part of the tour for this book and was able to read it to review it as well. Most of the characters were likable in this story, of course there should always be one or two that are not to make a good story. Bert was that character for me. Even though Becky was not honest in the beginning, she was a woman trying to make a life and chose to go about it in a deceitful way, but eventually, she turned her life around. If you are looking for a book that will draw you in and keep you interested with some twists and surprises, then you should pick up Medium Wave. I give this book a 4 star review, and hope there will be more to read in the future about Becky and her new found life.

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