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Harold Donaldson is brilliant with computers and at a complete loss as to how to deal with people. Separated from his wife, he decides to prove to her that he is not the boring, unambitious man she thinks he is. In his attempt to be promoted at work, he starts interacting with those around him by following a step-by-step guide that somehow results in him becoming the custodian of a beautiful kaleidoscope. It changes his life in a way he never expected: the kaleidoscope is no ordinary toy. It can allow the user to catch a glimpse of their future, and soon Harold’s simple attempt at a promotion stirs up an old conspiracy involving his father and sends him on a journey of self-discovery that will change everything.
A rare combination of philosophical, mystery and thriller, with “The Kaleidoscope” author B.K. Nault has created some of the best character growth this reader has seen in a long time. Harold is disconnected from people, unable to understand them or be understood because of his family and his past tragedies, and yet by the end of the novel he goes from flat and boring to deep, friendly, loveable, and interesting. The mystery that unravels around the Kaleidoscope is well written and unravels in a way that leaves the reader both thinking and guessing. The bit of romance Harold finds as well, will make the reader smile and cheer at the end. “The Kaleidoscope” should be on every reader’s must-read list!
Sarah E. Bradley