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Outview (The Inner Movement Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

Brandt Legg
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (103 customer reviews)

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OUTVIEW, the best selling first book of the Inner Movement trilogy - A mystical fantasy thriller.

There is a secret so powerful that, once known, the world will never be the same. For centuries they have died to protect it.
Nate found it. They know he did. Across time and dimension they are after him . . .

Four years ago, his father died. Two years ago, Nate’s mother locked his brother in a mental institution. One year ago, horrific visions began to torture him. Now, a clandestine group, wielding overwhelming power, wants him silenced. Nate is only sixteen.
Nothing is what it appears and the tragedies of his life are all connected to the secret, a secret so unimaginable that it will decide whether our modern society becomes a utopian or dystopian world.

Nate embarks on a breathless quest to save his brother and unravel the mystery of their father's death. His desperate flight takes a stunning turn when, along with three school friends, he encounters mystics who teach forgotten skills and lost wisdom and reveal an extraordinary destiny.

A fantasy thriller, set in present day Oregon and California, will appeal to more than young adult fans. Outview, the first book of the Inner Movement trilogy, combines mystics, metaphysical magic, psychics and reincarnation to push this new age conspiracy beyond the realm of the Celestine Prophecy and the Paulo Coelho’s Alchemist.

Read the Reviews:

“A great fantasy thriller with a deeper magical meaning.” - Dennis Waller TOP 500 REVIEWER

“ . . . a well-written narrative of self-discovery and adventure.” - Oleg Medvedkov TOP 500 REVIEWER

“ . . . Disguised in the shape of fantasy and science fiction elements, in this novel I recognize many modern spiritual, esoteric and supernatural concepts . . . The trilogy has the potential of classics, such as the Celestine Prophecy . . . ” - ChristophFischerBooks TOP 500 REVIEWER

“ . . . young adults who like reading supernatural books may find a new favorite with Outview.”- Ashland Daily Tidings

“Action packed and full of energy.” - The Examiner

“Its existential themes and autobiographical tone make Legg's series a meaningful fantasy adventure that readers would love.” - FANTASCIZE.com

Note:
OUTIN (Inner Movement #2) is now available: http://amzn.to/1fhkzhN
OUTMOVE (Inner Movement #3) is now available: http://amzn.to/1eYXUKW

Readers who enjoy contemporary, urban fantasy, metaphysical genres and books such as David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas and The Bone Clocks, Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist, Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane, James Redfield’s The Celestine Prophecy, Dan Millman’s Way of the Peaceful Warrior, Night Circus and Snow Child are sure to love The Inner Movement trilogy – A metaphysical fantasy thriller.
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Primary Genre: Contemporary Fantasy Thriller

Alternative Genres: mystery, suspense, paranormal, supernatural, metaphysical, alternative history fantasy, conspiracy, young adult, young adult fantasy, young adult thriller, coming of age

Content Tags: reincarnation, mystic, mystical, mysticism, magic, psychic, prophecy, telepathy, life after death, time travel, new age thought, new age fiction, visionary, conspiracy theory, adventure, redwoods, trees, Mt. Shasta, Crater Lake, Oregon, Taos, New Mexico.

About the Author

Brandt Legg was a child prodigy who, after the tragic loss of his father and crippling migraine headaches, turned an interest in stamp collecting into a multi-million dollar business empire. By 18, the high-flying Legg, known to the media as the “Teen Tycoon,” became ensnarled in the financial whirlwind of the junk bond eighties, lost his entire fortune… and ended up serving time in federal prison for financial improprieties. Legg emerged, chastened and wiser, one year later and began anew in retail and real estate. From there his life adventures have led him through magazine publishing, newspaper writing, FM radio (behind the mic and in the business office), and music production, including CDs and concerts. Outview is the first book of his Inner Movement trilogy. For more information, please see www.BrandtLegg.com.

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2396 KB
  • Print Length: 354 pages
  • Publisher: The Sager Group (17 Nov 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BB3UYS8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (103 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,298 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Brandt Legg is a former child prodigy who turned an interest in stamp collecting into a multi-million dollar empire. At eight, Legg's father died suddenly, plunging his family into poverty. Two years later, while suffering from crippling migraines, he started in business. National media dubbed him the "Teen Tycoon," but by the time he reached his twenties, the high-flying Legg became ensnarled in the financial whirlwind of the junk bond eighties, lost his entire fortune... and ended up serving time in federal prison for financial improprieties. Legg emerged, chastened and wiser, one year later and began anew in retail and real estate. From there his life adventures have led him through magazine publishing, a newspaper column, photography, FM radio, CD production and concert promotion.

For more information, please see BrandtLegg.com

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Magical story 24 Aug 2013
By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Kindle Edition
"Outview (The Inner Movement)" by Brandt Legg is a book that works on many different levels.
It concerns mostly two teenagers, one of them in a mental institution, and his brother in the 'real' world.
Kept apart by their mother they manage to connect and start to uncover family secrets.
Book one in the trilogy shows them coming into their own, fighting for survival and growing in their personal power and awareness.

However, this book has much more to offer than the coming of age part and the action.
Disguised in the shape of fantasy and science fiction elements in this novel I recognise many modern spiritual, esoteric and supernatural concepts, explained to the youngsters by more experienced ones, giving the small picture a wider dimension.
Re-incarnation, psychic powers and astral travel, to name a few, are integral part of the story and influence the personal development and growth of our protagonists.

I am personally quite open to some of these concepts and so I found it very easy to relate to the characters and the story - which in itself also reads like a good fantasy thriller. Whether you see the concepts as real or only as mythical and slightly philosophical fantasy part of the story, they lend the characters additional depth and make the story more magical.
Awareness, good and evil and wisdom are basic concepts that everyone can relate to, whether they are supernatural or instinctive.

The trilogy has the potential of classics, such as the Celestine Prophecy or Conversations with God, only the book is more entertaining and can be seen as pure entertainment, too. The story ends rather abrupt and will be continued in the next book, which I already downloaded onto my kindle, eager to see where the story is leading.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mind expanding 20 April 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
An enjoyable read once you get into the story line. A little confusing to start, but all becomes clear as Nate goes through his soul discovering journey. Nate unintentionally pulls friends and family into his life changing mission to save his brother and find his father's killer. Nate learns that a secret government agency is trying to wipe out him and his family. Finding hidden knowledge and mystics along the way that help Nate remember the power and the many lives of his sole, Nate overcomes his fears, discovers love, friendship, pain, and betrayal that extends over many lifetimes.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Detailed Descriptions of Psychic Magic 24 Aug 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
Outview by Brandt Legg is a coming-of-age fantasy about a teenager named Nathan Ryder and his struggles learning modern day psychic magic.

Nate has suffered for a year from paralyzing nightmares where he runs from enemies, but they always catch and kill him. He struggles to live a teen’s normal life with his best friends Kyle and Linh, but his father died four years ago and Nate feels responsible. The loss estranged him from his mother. Even worse, she sent his brother Dustin to a mental institution two years ago and she refuses to let Nate visit. Now the worsening nightmares have convinced Nate that he is going crazy like Dustin.

Kyle and Linh sneak him in to visit Dustin. They discover a lucid older brother who guides Nate to seek out their Aunt Rose and investigate their father’s death. Nate learns from Rose that his nightmares are the forerunners of exceptional psychic powers. His innocent Internet search about their father alerts a clandestine government agency. This agency, lead by an Agent Fitts, will stop at nothing to acquire Nate and his growing powers.

Outview is a dandy fantasy thriller. Woven throughout was an intricate and well-designed fantasy world of psychic powers and government shenanigans. Everything made sense as far as how magic worked. I wished that I could just pick up a book, hold it closed between my palms, and absorb its knowledge the way Nate could. This was just one of his nifty magical talents.

The story’s ever-growing plot dangers made for an absorbing read. Brandt Legg used a deft hand in creating teens that were a pleasing blend of naïveté and intelligence. The story also had a nice balance of description and dialogue that kept things moving.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good writing but too much of a sermon 10 Nov 2014
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Every book is not only a tale but is also the way an author expresses his ir her beliefs about the world we live in. Sometimes these beliefs are subtly woven into the story and lead the reader to gently question their viewpoint. At other times it is more like being hit over the head with a hammer and this book demonstrates that quality.

This is a shame as the story is in many ways very well written. The story, which explores not only reincarnation but also most of the other 'psychic' powers features a teenager, his friends and relatives and the teenagers growth of understanding of his own skills and place in the world. There is also the classic good vs evil fight.

Some of what happens is a little far-fetched and tests your suspension of disbelief. However this is nothing compared to when the author is sermonising about the correct way to live. At points I found myself skipping bits to get back to the story. I don't agree whole-heartedly with the author viewpoint but that hasn't stopped me enjoying a story in the past.

I won't be reading the rest of this series.
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