The Invisible Arrow The Mason Braithwaite Paranormal

The Invisible Arrow The Mason Braithwaite Paranormal Mystery Series #6 ❮Reading❯ ➼ The Invisible Arrow The Mason Braithwaite Paranormal Mystery Series #6 Author Christopher Church – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk When an old client sends psychic investigator Mason on a ghost hunt he stumbles onto a research lab populated by strangely passive scientists with some remarkably advanced tech Ingratiating himself wi When an old Arrow The MOBI · client sends psychic investigator Mason on a ghost hunt he stumbles onto a research lab populated by strangely passive scientists with The Invisible MOBI :Ê some remarkably advanced tech Ingratiating himself with Annette the director by participating in the local town's folk festival as the Hunter Mason scores a gig Invisible Arrow The ePUB ´ to find ualtrough a scientist gone missing under mysterious circumstances Euipped by the researchers with a new suit and a fat wad of cash and Invisible Arrow The Mason Braithwaite PDF/EPUB ² using his burgeoning psychic powers Mason sets out on his own to hunt for ualtrough in the shadowy underworld of Los Angeles nightlife tangling with drag ueens cops and con artists and finding his voice in an unfamiliar world.


About the Author: Christopher Church

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14 thoughts on “The Invisible Arrow The Mason Braithwaite Paranormal Mystery Series #6

  1. Dorian Graves Dorian Graves says:

    Searching for a fun read that melds sci fi time travel psychic powers and the difficulties of being vegan in 1950's Los Angeles? Look no further; The Invisible Arrow has you coveredA note before I begin Due to Important Reasons I have only read this book and the 5th book in this series not the first four Thus I shall be judging this as a standalone and not how it relates to the rest of the seriesWhat starts as psychic detective Mason attempting to disprove the existence of ghosts leads to accidental time travel thanks to future scientists who have recently lost one of their own to the past Though he’s trying to get back home Mason convinces the scientists to hire him to find their fellow scientist in the 1950’s while trying not to irrevocably ruin his own timeline in the process Run ins with con men faulty future tech and the threat of missing time and friends in the present helps keep the stakes up instead of becoming a walking tour through other timesNot only does this book cover present and past Los Angeles but it also imagines the pros and cons of a peaceful future and how those two realities would collide The future technology is based off of our own mostly consisting of advanced AI and advanced fabrics which makes this potential future seem real and not too far away The novel also examines the societal effects of a peaceful science driven future where the scientists enable time travel for themselves without fully researching their destinations; while they know facts and media the cultural norms fall far outside their expertise Past Los Angeles is also well detailed from the historical layouts of buildings to the irradiated beans Locations throughout the book were vivid and easy to imagine as were the ways different characters approached the setting dependent on what time they were initially fromMason is an active force in this book though he relies less on his psychic powers and on his use of emotions What I found most interesting about his character in this book was his use of anger; the placid future scientists peg him as uick to anger and while he seems to usually be a calmer character he ends up achieving his goals primarily through intimidation That isn’t to say he isn’t still a nice guy to other characters; he does his best to fit in with whatever timeline he’s in while still remaining true to his values such as veganism and remaining respectful of others such as honoring a drag ueen’s pronouns when no one else does We also see him reflect on his human connections such as wrestling with how much of his adventures he should share with his skeptical boyfriendWhen it comes to the scientists the characters are notably passive but this is actually a point of the narrative In this overly peaceful future in which science is funded by ice cream corporations strong emotions other than happiness are seen as wild and dangerous leading the future characters to avoid dwelling on negative matters This renders them naive pursuing their science for the thrill of it without seeking to understand the conseuences This leads them to read as a cautionary tale about unwatched progress and refusals to holistically understand the past though again this works for the narrativeA handful of other characters make stronger impressions in this book The most notable is Mamie a drag ueen who turns out to be ex military intelligence and is able to socially manipulate others with ease; seeing her in action proves to be one of the story’s highlights Mason’s boyfriend while having relatively low actual screentime proves to be a complex presence as his love for Mason combats his skepticism over the existence of psychics He and Mason actually reach a deeper understanding of each other in this book and watching Mason wrestle with completing the case versus keeping his relationship with Ned intact helps add personal stakes to the narrative The presence of other characters affecting the plot unseen such as a roommate abandoned in a warehouse bathroom or a time traveling guru help keep the plot on its toesOther than a few spots where the pacing slows than I'd like my only real complaint is when seemingly out of place dialogue or thought processes pulled me out of the narrative—for example wondering if a tattooed WoC artist is secretly a drug addict or future scientists who supposedly don’t judge race or sexuality calling red headed Mason an orangutan Most of this stems from disconnects when characters who are implied to be socially enlightened make a derogatory or otherwise clueless comment which I find strange when they also attempt to be inclusive with other races and LGBT charactersDespite those few flaws this book was an entertaining read even without knowing the rest of the series It might not be for everyone but if you're looking for an oddball mystery that raises some intriguing uestions on issues such as trust and anger with a time travel backdrop I'd recommend giving this a whirl


  2. Meredith Meredith says:

    35 stars This is the only one in the series I have read so I can only review it as a stand alone It was not exactly what I was expecting but was a uick entertaining readThe story was of a time travel bromance After having some difficulties with his boyfriend at home Mason steps through a scientifically created time portal and ends up in the future Once there he learns that he wasn't the first to time travel through the machine Another scientist has stepped through and seems to be missing Mason volunteers to go to the time the scientist did 1950's and try to find him The time travel the characters and the missing person hunt made for the entertaining read Not only were the characters engaging but the scenes were described beautifully and I could easily envision the different times What brought it down from 4 stars was a multiple chapter section where Mason participates in a parade in the future where he shoots an Invisible Arrow Yet despite the link to the title this really had absolutely no bearing on the story It was just a rather dull section of overly described parade costumes Perhaps the author just likes parades but I don't and was disappointed I had to read all about it for no reason I won this book in the goodreads giveaways I am not sure if I'll read another in the series I did really enjoy the characters and I am interested in Mason's other adventures The series is definitely on my radar


  3. Roxann Roxann says:

    I received this book free from Goodreads Giveaway From the cover When an old client sends psychic investigator Mason on a ghost hunt he stumbles onto a research lab populated by strangely passive scientists with some remarkably advanced tech Ingratiating himself with Annette the director by participating in the local town's folk festival as the Hunter Mason scores a gig to find ualtrough a scientist gone missing under mysterious circumstances Euipped by the researchers with a new suit and a fat wad of cash and using his burgeoning psychic powers Mason sets out on his own to hunt for ualtrough in the shadowy underworld of Los Angeles nightlife tangling with drag ueens cops and con artists and finding his voice in an unfamiliar worldThis is a fantasyparanormal book If you are looking for a good read then this book would be it It was a uick read for me


  4. Elisa Rolle Elisa Rolle says:

    2017 Rainbow Awards Submission The Invisible Arrow The Mason Braithwaite #6 Christopher Church


  5. Andrea Andrea says:

    375 stars


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