Brain Games - Rabbit's Brotherhood
Peter Mark-Hodges, a successful writer, feels that his life takes a fatal turn by receiving the news that he has an inoperable brain tumor. Not even in his most chilling plots would he think about such situation. His son Jake, the center of his life, is just 10 years old…
Christian Petersen, a brilliant genetic engineer, has developed methods that can boost medicine to unimaginable levels. Corina Salgado, a publicist, was raped and murdered. Detectives Sonia Acevedo and Guillermo Montenegro, both in charge of the investigation, will have to face…
Some comments from my readers
I enjoy the process of writing. I feel the stories when I conceive them and is a very pleasant feeling. It’s like playing God in your own fantasy world. But the best part of writing a book, once published, is when you begin to receive feedback from your readers. It is magical, pretty difficult to describe. I include some comments here that I felt were great.
In some cases, I had to skip a few sentences, since they reveal parts of the story and could ruin the experience for new readers. I apologize for that to those who gently wrote the texts.
About Fatal DNA
Hello!….. I just wanted to say I read your book and it left me wanting more, it is a story full of action, where there is no room for boredom… thanks. Fatal DNA left me horrible dark circles as I was reading until about 4 am. I have read hundreds of books in my life and didn’t like any as much as I liked this one, not even Harry Potter!!
First of all, I want to say that I am completely fascinated by Fatal DNA. I just finished reading it (I took a day and a half because I could not put it down) and it really is a masterpiece. It is a unique work, attached to certain realities of our country but allows believing that justice is possible and that God is a great master of our lives. Thanks for giving this to us, devotees of crime stories, such an awesome story…
I found Fatal DNA excellent, a gem of the genre. It interested me as a reader and I sensed, from a beginning, by professional deformation, where you were going, but this were does not detract me from the pleasure of reading the final resolution. I think it’s actually a good argument for a series. José Miguel Vasquez has written it with elegance, precision and skill.
Dear author of Fatal DNA, I just finished reading your book today, on October 18 and found it interesting, one of the things I like is reading. Your book was lended to me and my friend told me that a trilogy seems to come. I would like to break down some of what I read: p. 45 appoints one of my favorite writers, Ken Follett, as in the 137 from the not-so-favorite anymore, Stephen King. (hidden for not revealing) good about your book makes the mind jump back and forth. In closing, I would like to know more about you because I can’t find your biography. Alright, you’ve got yourself a new reader. Warm regards and looking forward for your next books. PS: I wish all authors leave their emails.
About Brain Games
Hi Jose! My name is Carlos Sarpi, I am actually reading “Brain Games”. I was very blinded to read books like Hola José! Soy Carlos Sarpi, estoy a mitad del libro «Juego Cerebral» estaba muy cegado a leer libros como The Analyst, The Madman’s Tale, Just Cause… you will recognize the author. I entered into a Nacho’s bookstore and vaguely read the backcover of Brain Games. It totally got me and I would like to give you the more equivalent expression to a hug, because in none of my more beloved and used books I found this kind of Fiction. With this huge load of suspense, I want to ask you, more than putting a smile on your face, to ask you about the next installments… and to lear more about Fatal DNA… I totally got caught by your writing… I’m just a 24 years old musician, but you will be able to understand my surprise when I looked more about the author of this book! I never thought it was a Venezuelan! I wish the best success
WOOW! This is the first time than a Venezuelan author got me from the first word. Let me tell you than I almost burnt my cooking for being so immerse in the history. I can’t wait to the second installment. There is no way I could predict how will it unfold. I could think about a possible ending, but I might easily be wrong, but this is about, exploring the possible plots. THANK YOU!!!!
I just wanted to write you a few lines to congratulate you after finish reading “Brain Games”. Excellent, I really enjoyed it, it drove me amongst suspense and anxiety. My only complaint is that there is no ending…. I just discovered Brain Games is a trilogy. I would like to know when the next volumes will be available. I can’t wait to know what will happen with Mike and Christine, and mainly if they recover (hidden to avoid a spoiler). I congratulate you again, keep writing like this and you will be recognized for many of us whom like reading.
I am a loyal reader of your books. I am a filmmaker and I have developed a great interest by Brain Games. I would like to know if it is possible we meet and talk about the possibility of taking this book to a film. I am about to present “The Shrink”, a movie about the case which took Edmundo Chirinos to jail.