The Hollow Man
Jeremy Bremen has a secret. All his life he's been cursed with the ability to read minds. He knows the secret thoughts, fears, and desires of others as if they were his own. For years, his wife, Gail, has served as a shield between Jeremy and the burden of this terrible knowledge. But Gail is dying, her mind
ebbing slowly away, leaving him vulnerable to the chaotic flood of thought that threatens to sweep away his sanity. Now Jeremy is on the run--from his mind, from his past, from himself--hoping to find peace in isolation. Instead he witnesses an act of brutality that propels him on a treacherous trek across a
dark and dangerous America. From a fantasy theme park to the lair of a killer to a sterile hospital room in St. Louis, he follows a voice that is calling him to witness the stunning mystery at the heart of mortality.
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Review: The Hollow ManUser Review - Rebecca McNutt - Goodreads
This book was neither original nor well-written, but it does have its intense and eerie moments. I didn't really care about the characters though, they were generic and there was no character development at all. Read full review
Review: The Hollow ManUser Review - 11811 (Eleven) - Goodreads
I don't care for Simmons when he does the Sci-fi thing. I love his horror, particularly the historical horror like The Terror and The Abominable. I didn't dig his Hyperion books either so take that for what it's worth. Read full review