Twelve-year-old Eric Thompson is suffering from psychosis and has no one. His father was killed, along with Gregory Beck, while completing research on a theory regarding the despute between science versus religion. Now Eric sits perfectly still in a court room, staring off into space as a prosecutor portrays him as a cold blooded, methodical killer. Despite analysis from several psychologists, Eric's past, present and future are punctuated by one giant question mark. So, one psychologist, Danny Stechman, must somehow open the child's mind and lead him back through his past to discover the truth. "I wanted to write a unique story that could actually impact the reader and make a difference in his or her life, not just entertain them for a few days," Dean says. "I think it will be an incredible story of discovery for readers that will get them to dream and wonder what is beyond what they can see, touch, or ever imagine."
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 152 x 229 x 14mm | 349g
- 20 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Bradley Dean
Bradley Dean has spent the last two decades honing the craft of story writing and is now happily pursuing his dream of writing full time. He lives with his wife and children in Colorado. "Endless Possibilities" is his fourth published book.