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Sight and Sound by Matt Cole - Guest Blogger Book Review

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Jacob O'Brien won the VRD Gaming World Championship today. It's been his lifetime goal. Enhancing his personal VRD goggles beyond what the best geeks have produced. The googles gave him more than he counted on. A new sight providing him the ability to see "others" beyond the dimensional "veil." Jacob gains an unlikely partner, Sam, who can hear the "others. Sam has heard the "others" his whole life. Yet, he isn't prepared for what the two must go through. Throw in Jacob's sister, who just wishes it all to go away, while battling her own demons, the three must figure out what they must do to survive the "war," for control of Earth. They have to work together to stay alive and help win this "war." If the "war" is lost, the world belongs to the 'others."

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Jennifer's Review
This book was so cool. It’s about this kid named Sam, who has the ability to hear things no one else can, and a kid named Jacob, who can see things no one else can. They team up with Jacob’s sister and another girl, and they are in a war with inter-dimensional creatures. They have help from “creatures” that only they can see/hear.
This was the first book, and it ends in a mystery as to what happens next.
I give this book 5 stars, and I would love to read the rest of the series.

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Matt has a bachelor degree in IT, with 20 years of Information Technology experience. Having two awesome kids, married 21+ years, he enjoys knowledge share, prepping, and all things tech.

His influence comes from many sources from the countless books read over the years.

You can also check out Matt’s NOW page, providing you what he is currently working on, and the tasks/projects he has completed.

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