The Delphi Effect by Rysa Walker
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Anna Morgan has never been understood. She was abandoned as a child with a note letting the authorities know she was possessed. As a child she couldn’t understand what was happening, but as she matured she realized that sometimes she is linked with the spirit of people who have unfinished business. One of her random touches links her with the spirit of a girl who was murdered and this girl wants help contacting her grandfather and catching the killer. The trail of evidence leads to a conspiracy that spans several decades and may even go to the top level of the government. Anna must test her ability to separate herself from these hitchers as she delves deeper and deeper into this cover-up.
The Delphi Effect is the first book in a new trilogy with the same name. Readers will struggle alongside the characters as they piece out the secrets they keep even from themselves. The story moves along nicely and although there are a few predictable plot twists, the ending was satisfying without an unnecessary cliff hanger. Walker’s newest series is not full of time travel like The Chronos Files, but once readers commit to the newest storyline, they will look forward to the next book in the series.
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