Flashmob: A Novel
By Christopher Farnsworth

Well, this is a pretty great way to start the week. FLASHMOB just got a starred and boxed review from Publishers Weekly

“The main elements of Farnsworth’s brilliant second thriller featuring the man known as John Smith would individually be enough to sustain interest; the combination of a telepathic lead and a terrifyingly plausible effort to use the Internet for social manipulation produces intelligent and knuckle-biting suspense… Farnsworth credibly ups the ante for his hero and makes accepting his paranormal abilities easy. Many will want to read this novel in one sitting.”

You can read the entire thing here.

Booklist gave FLASHMOB an excellent review as well. (Not online yet, but here's the highlights.)

"Farnsworth is a genuinely gifted storyteller, able to take a fantastic premise and build onto it a story that feels not just plausible but completely natural... A fine genre-bender."

Kirkus Reviews also had some kind words for FLASHMOB:

"A smooth, assured effort... another entertaining performance by Farnsworth, who brings an edgy sense of humor to the proceedings."

And remember, if all this fulsome praise from the world of reviewers makes you want to pre-order FLASHMOB, you can get a free Nathaniel Cade ebook. Details are here.

FLASHMOB hits stores on June 27. You can get your copy through AmazonBarnes & NobleBooks-A-MillioniBooksKobo, and from your local independent bookstore through IndieBound.