Read A Poisoned Mind by Andre Gonzalez Online

a-poisoned-mind

Jonathon Browne knows the voice in his head. It belongs to his deadly enemy, but he never expected the voice to take him over, both mentally and physically. This supernatural force hijacks his body, takes it to his top-secret government office, and spills blood. With a helpless battle within, Jonathon must get control and escape from his own team before they execute him. WJonathon Browne knows the voice in his head. It belongs to his deadly enemy, but he never expected the voice to take him over, both mentally and physically. This supernatural force hijacks his body, takes it to his top-secret government office, and spills blood. With a helpless battle within, Jonathon must get control and escape from his own team before they execute him. Will a life in exile be his only choice? Or will the Exalls once again claim another victim?This is a short story spin off from Andre's debut novel, Followed Home. The story will be available for FREE to all subscribers to Andre's mailing list at www.andregonzalez.net...

Title : A Poisoned Mind
Author :
Rating :
ISBN : 9780997754827
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 48 Pages
Status : Available For Download
Last checked : 21 Minutes ago!

A Poisoned Mind Reviews

  • Selene
    2018-12-17 21:39

    This story is broken up into two parts and is fast-paced with an action scene. This is a sci-fi read, short, and is sort of interesting, but not a story that I enjoyed.

  • Andre Gonzalez
    2018-11-27 01:44

    Good, fast paced novelette that is a spin-off of Followed Home!!

  • Darlene
    2018-11-29 03:31

    This short story was a very unexpected surprise. The story was excellent and a little frightening. The strange and the weird lives in the mind of Andre Gonzalez!

  • Clive Willcocks
    2018-11-20 00:34

    A great little short story. I would definitely recommend this book as it had some twists along the way. Will be reading more from Andre gonzalez.

  • Aisha-Kimberly Starrdette Hashmi
    2018-11-30 21:34

    Okay! Did not know I HAD to read this until I started reading it!!!! Was extremely well written, fast paced, complex just WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Annette
    2018-12-15 00:27

    When you work for a secret department in the Pentagon and when that department deals with aliens and their presence on Earth, you may unknowingly put your life in danger. I have not read the original book that this is a spin-off from (of) but reading this story and the intro to Followed Home, I have to know what the family secret is. Thank you Andre Gonzalez for the free copy and for introducing yourself to me =)

  • Annemarie
    2018-12-03 05:31

    This was a very well-written short story. The aliens introduced were interesting and I've always enjoyed the idea​ of mind-control. It is very well thought out, and kept me intrigued.

  • JT
    2018-11-25 02:34

    A perfect book for commuters, or any half-hour time you have to yourself. This is a well-written sci-fi story with just enough descriptive narration to flesh out the characters and situation. I enjoyed the read.

  • Rosa
    2018-11-26 21:23

    I found this novelette intriguing. How are the Exalls so advanced? I felt really sorry for Jonathan and the other crew members he took out while his body was taken over. I was hoping to read more about the first protagonist so hopefully she'll come back in the next installment.

  • Alan Braswell
    2018-12-05 22:41

    A very short but compelling read.The author does a excellent job of keeping the story moving. Gripping and suspenseful.I would like to read this authors other story from where this short story came from.

  • Ashley
    2018-11-25 02:50

    This eBook was gifted to me by this fantastic author, (Andre Gonzalez) for an honest review. I have to say this story captured my attention from page 1 all the way to the end!! I love the way he describes the details of the characters in the story. Highly recommended read. Can't wait to read his other book "Followed Home"

  • Loretta
    2018-12-01 00:42

    Well, I'm not sure what to say it was interesting, not exactly what I thought it would be, but it caught my attention, and I would probably read another book by this author

  • Kay Oliver
    2018-12-03 04:41

    I love, love, love the premise for this short tale. I wish there had been more background, description and scenery though. The characters were pretty strong, but the writing was a lot of 'telling'. This story did fall a little flat for me at the end, it was such a great build and I felt a little let down, but it's an open gate for the author to write more on this story which I'd love.

  • Courtney
    2018-12-10 21:39

    Short stories are interesting because they have to move quickly in order for anything to happen. I used to read a lot of them, but I haven’t read one in awhile and I forgot how it was. You always find yourself saying “how convenient. . .” when there is less conflict than in a full novel. A Poisoned Mind is a short story spinoff from Andre’s full-length novel Followed Home. I didn’t know this, but I think it fits fine by itself as a stand-alone story.If you are in to aliens and government agencies, pick it up. You can get it free or super cheap, so there is really no risk to it. It is free as an ebook on Amazon right now. It is a quick-moving story that you can use to kill some time. It is well written and moves fast. I am not the biggest fan of extraterrestrial stories, but it was a fun read. 3.5/5 Stars

  • Luna
    2018-12-11 02:49

    This was an okay read. I was in doubt if I should give this short story two or three stars, but as you can see I decied to roll with three as it wasn't THAT bad. But, it wasn't good either.My biggest problem with this story is that it was all telling instead of showing. I could hardly picture anything as it was lacking in descriptions, the scenery and the characters were all blurry.I also think that dialogue needed some improvement. A lot of it. I don't think that dialogue should always feel natural - it doesn't in most books, especially classics - but it shouldn't feel silly either. Majority if the lines made me cringe.It was a quick read, but not one I'd come back to.

  • Johann
    2018-12-11 04:49

    Jonathan has got a new job working for The xcrew which is a secret department of the government. He learns about things that threaten national security but these aren't ordinary terrorists.This story went down a different path then i thought it would go originally...which is great!!!Pick this up!!!

  • Melissa McGuire
    2018-12-13 02:35

    This was a quick read that had me intrigued from page one. It had a lot of twists and turns and was excellent.

  • Sandra
    2018-12-12 05:20

    This story was an unexpected fast read about aliens. Quite scary. A spin-off of Followed Home.

  • Emmy
    2018-11-17 22:32

    Perhaps if the summary fit the story, I wouldn't have expected more and been insanely disappointed (pun intended) when it fell short with so much less. It started off with flu-like symptoms. Diarrhea. Vomiting. Then it fully took over and the first main MC (I can't even recall his name) doesn't remember a call he made then he's aware of everything the alien is saying and doing. The backstory on that MC was completely unnecessary in the story. More like a filler because it amounted to zero to the consequences and plot. Wasted reading time. When we get to the part of no MC, only secondary players, it turns into a blizzard of "oh! I found out..." "I discovered..." "This happened..." Yupp. A jungle of telling, no showing. As a "between" short story, it provides no inclination to read the "before" or "after" books. So, thank you, Mr. Andre, for preventing me from wasting (more) time and losing any money by reading this series.

  • Norma
    2018-12-15 03:33

    ( Format : Audiobook )"We're in this together. Chop, chop."A well written, engaging short story of the last three years of the life of Jonathan Brown. It is, simultaneously, amusing, sad and creepy. The audio version is read by Andre Gonzalez, who does an adequate job but, unfortunately, has a nasal twang to his voice plus his intonation towards the end of most sentences, irritatingly rises or falls, giving a robotic impression. This vocal distraction made it hard for me to simply sink into the story and so lowered the rating.Probably best to read rather than listen.

  • Diane
    2018-11-24 21:42

    This is the first book I've read by Mr. Gonzalez. I received a copy of this novelette from the author. Since I 'never' read horror I went out on the proverbial limb and tried this. It is a book that is short in length but filled with suspense, a plot that grabs you by the throat and shakes you, and characters who are truly evil. Something I'd think all lovers of horror will appreciate! I highly recommend you try the work of Andre Gonzalez if you haven't already.

  • Aviar Savijon
    2018-11-22 02:29

    What a power packed short story / novelette with susspense, action and loads of craziness that is truly entertaining and provocative. I Loved it. Author Andre Gonzalez needs to get an award for this if he hasn't already got a few. Wow! what a winner book to read!

  • Anna
    2018-11-29 03:22

    Highly recommended.So much crammed into an excellent short story which kept me turning the pages.

  • Jeremy Reppy
    2018-11-17 04:30

    A creative short story about an alien possessing a human's mind to protect the alien race. While a quick read, it has some twists.

  • Sarah
    2018-11-24 05:44

    Interesting alien invasion short story. I look forward to reading more from this author.

  • Cheryl Earle
    2018-11-25 00:27

    This had me thoroughly hooked from start to finish. Wonderfully written without a superfluous word to distract you and an enticing premise.As it is a short story tied into the author's main novel, I can't say more without revealing spoilers. Suffice to say that it draws you in and you NEED to know more about the situation.Highly recommended short read.

  • Barbara
    2018-11-19 21:36

    Not the type of book that I usually read but enjoyed it. Easy to read. Looking forward to reading the next book.