Book Review: Pulse by Patrick Carman (Book one)

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Genre: Supernatural Fiction

Age Recommended: 14 and up

This book was definitely one of the most interesting I’ve read in a while on the topic of supernatural abilities. There were only a handful of characters but they were well developed. There were some parts of the book where a lot of pronouns were used and it was difficult to keep up with which character the author was referring to, but other than that, it was a great read.



Faith Daniels and Dylan Gilmore live in a shrinking society where everyone is moving to the States. Their community is one of the only ones left, and soon, it may be gone too.

Faith Daniels has the ability to move things with her mind.




Dylan Gilmore calls it the pulse. And so do the people who want Faith gone.

Dylan has the pulse too. Except he’s trained in the art of using it. With Faith’s power on the loose, anything could happen. Dylan isn’t the kind of person Faith normally talks to, but when he comes to her with an explanation for the unexplainable, she has no choice but to sit down and listen.

Dylan begins to train Faith in the art of using her powers, but what happens when Faith gets close to the very people who want her dead?

Will Dylan be able to save her?

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: Pulse


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