Trey DeBolt is a young man at the crest of life. His role as a Coast Guard rescue swimmer in Alaska offers him a rewarding job and limitless adventure. Then a tragic accident alters his life: during a harrowing rescue, his helicopter goes down.
Severely injured, DeBolt awakens in a seaside cabin in Maine, thousands of miles from where the accident occurred. His lone nurse lets slip that he has been officially declared dead, lost in the crash. Back in Alaska, however, Coast Guard investigator Shannon Lund uncovers evidence that DeBolt might still be alive. Her search quickly becomes personal, but before she can intervene, chaos erupts outside a cabin in the wilds of Maine.
The nurse who has been treating DeBolt is brutally killed by military-trained assassins. DeBolt is only saved when a bizarre vision guides him to safety. Soon other images appear, impossible revelations that are unfailing in their accuracy. As he runs for his life, DeBolt discovers he has been drawn into an ultra-secret government project. The power it bestows is boundless, both a gift and a curse. Yet one thing is certain: Trey DeBolt has abilities no human has ever known.
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By L. McCullion on 14-04-18
Not the typical military twist
What did you love best about Cutting Edge?
I liked that this book focused on a Coast Guard rescue swimmer.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Cutting Edge?
When he realized that he could tap into a wireless network in his head.
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By Trudy Owens on 26-03-18
Very interesting version of a frequent theme
Who wouldn't like the entire internet accessible through thought by circuits wired into your brain! The possibilities are endless. And that's the problem. What are the aims of those who did this to Tray? How can he function without an identity since he is declared dead? And wait, people are trying to kill him? Of course they are.
Tray seeks to evade death, while seeing dozens around him taken out, and attempts to find the answer to the age-old question--WHY? He must find his creator and ask the question, but it is dangerous and risky, and uh-oh, he's not the only one? There are some great turn-arounds and chases. The best part is that he actually plays to his strengths in the end.
This is almost top-notch, but very engaging and interesting all the way through to the end. And there are so many sequel possibilities. The narration is almost perfect. It takes a little getting used to at first, but then his accents are fantastic. Good read!
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