Review: The Fold by Peter Clines
3.5 Stars , Reviews / June 1, 2015

I really enjoyed reading The Fold. It is a fun, thrilling and at times a bit creepy. It centers on a scientific experiment toying with dimensions of space and time, folding it over to allow travel as fast as teleportation, but without all the messy details of disassembling and reassembling the object (or person) that is traveling. It is a “too good to believe” type scenario that appears to be working. But, something is not quite right and someone needs to find out why. I really enjoyed the protagonist, “Mike” Erikson (Mike is a nickname that is nothing like his actual name. I’ll let you read how that came about in the book. 🙂 ). He is a high school English teacher that seems content and we start to realize he is more he initially seems. Initial tip off? His friend Reggie is trying hard to recruit him to investigate the super secret DARPA project mentioned above, to be the person to try and crack what is not quite right with this amazing project. Not normally a position that recruites High School English teacher. It turns out that Mike is quite intelligent (like aced his IQ test type of intelligent) and to top it…