January 2013 Indie Next List
“Pulse is a brilliant combination of thriller, mystery, and dystopian adventure. Set 30 years in the future in a world of amazing technology, dwindling energy, and imminent environmental disaster, this is a story of an independent teenager whose life is turned upside down when she discovers she can move objects with her mind. Can she master her new abilities in time to save herself and her friends from those who would hurt them? A fantastic beginning to a mind-bending new series that will leave readers eagerly waiting for the next book.”
— Peter Glassman, Books of Wonder, New York, NY
Fans of action-packed sci-fi thrillers such as I Am Number Four and The Maze Runner will love bestselling author Patrick Carman's Pulse, with its epic action scenes and memorable love story.
In the year 2051, Faith Daniels discovers that she can move objects with her mind. This telekinetic ability is called a "pulse," and her mysterious classmate, Dylan Gilmore, has the talent, too.
In riveting action scenes, Faith demonstrates her ability to use her pulse against a group of telekinesis masters who are so powerful they can flatten their enemies by uprooting streetlights and throwing boulders. But even with her unusual talent, the mind--and the heart - can be difficult to control. If Faith wants to join forces with Dylan and save the world, she'll have to harness the power of both.
About the Author
Patrick Carman usually spends his time in Walla Walla, Washington. But in the spring of 2005 he s taking his wife and two daughters on the road, traveling across the country on a whirlwind tour in support of his dazzling first novel, The Dark Hills Divide.
“Compelling and original, with pulse-pounding action and a poignant love story.”
-Pittacus Lore, #1 NY Times bestselling author of I Am Number Four
“Impressive! Fascinating and thought-provoking.”
-James Dashner, NY Times bestselling author of The Maze Runner trilogy
“The successful mix of suspense and romance combines with unexpected twists to keep readers engrossed from the start and begging for more.”