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Power [Paperback]

Frank M. Robinson

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5.0 out of 5 stars The book that made me want to be a writer 3 July 2012
By John Faubion, author of Friend Me - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
I read Frank Robinson's book THE POWER back in 1956, when I was about twelve years old. The twist in the final paragraphs really got my attention, and made the book memorable over all these years.
I'm writing now myself (working on my 3rd novel). This book is my model for how suspense ought to be written.
Oddly, because God is not presented in a positive way at all in the book, it was in fact this book that kept the idea of God on my mind through my teen and early adult years. I became a Christian at twenty years old. God used this book toward that end. Amazing.
5.0 out of 5 stars You Can telekinesis, but will he listen? 26 July 2008
By bernie - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I originally saw the movie with George Hamilton and Suzanne Pleshette. They still show it periodically on Turner Classic Movies. Of course, I had to read the book to find out what is always missing and implied in the movie. Naturally, the book was out of print. However, I found a copy. I was right the book was better. Of course I was disappointed to find that Suzanne (Margery Lansing) was written into many seines.

While looking for his new book I found to my amazement that "The Power" has been re-issued. However upon reading the book, I found dates and places changed. The changes were not significant. I just wished that he did not do it. Arthur Nordlund was in the Korean Campaign and that was before me. Now he was in the Gulf War and that was after me. Luckily, I know if I had met him, he would have been from the Vietnam War. I would have named this book "You've got to have Hart"

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