Mind Over Mind, by Karina Fabian
Paperback: 314 pages
Publisher: Dragon Moon Press (August 8, 2011)
Rating (1 to 5 *): *****
Mind Over Mind Book Review
Meanwhile, Joshua has some issues of his own to deal with. He went on this internship to get away from school and girl issues at home and get his mind focused again on his studies and an upcoming audition that could launch his band's career. However, he can't seem to help himself from falling in love with Ydrel's best friend and favorite nurse.
Mind Over Mind is a very interesting take on science fiction, in that we see very little of the science fiction aspect of the story, and what we do see comes in flashes through Ydrel's dreams. The concept of Neuro Linguistic Programming is a real concept, and it was interesting to read about being used in the book. However, I do wish that more of the story had centered on that and on Ydrel's struggles--I felt Joshua's romance with Sachiko distracted just a bit too much from what I thought the main point of the story was. However, the writing is good, the characters well developed, and the story line is very interesting. I'm looking forward to seeing where the next two books in the trilogy go.
Learn more about Karina Fabian at http://fabianspace.com/ or purchase Mind Over Mind on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Mind-Over-Karina-L-Fabian/dp/1897942362.