Ralph is a traveler. He has his own plane … or so he thought.
Astral traveler Ralph didn’t really think about whether the astral plane was his own until the girl from Mayfair Towers approached him with her mystery. He told me his story. Ralph explained that he thought this would be a simple investigation, perhaps impressing the lovely girl from Mayfair Towers, by using his secret mystic gift.
An experienced and knowledgeable astral adversary, however, transformed this simple investigation. Unlike this adversary, Chong, Ralph was essentially a novice in other dimensions. Now, beyond the investigation, Ralph was involved in a paranormal struggle.
Ralph had other complications in his life, female complications. He had to balance his male awkwardness, sensuality, knowledge and secrets with three attractive females.
Paranormal worlds, astral worlds, OOBE planes and dimensions, I’m sure Ralph and Chong know of these but for me, I can only ask, from what dimensional world was Ralph telling me this story? Wherever it is that Ralph exists now, how did he manage?
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Travis Borne’s review:
Want to be another person? Travel incognito. Venture out of your mundane office, invisibly and aboard another astral plane, dive into live wires and ride the electrified highway? Yes. Then be and investigator, be Ralph. And by chance you might find yourself in a sticky, or steamy situation? And it’s good, many times, awkward for others. Ralph and the Girl From Mayfair Towers explores the idea of traveling “out of body,” going places and doing things most cannot. And yep, it’s exactly what landed him such a great job in the first place. Having less experience and age than others in his firm, his employers only know he has a special talent for solving his cases. Though, they don’t know how he does it. And Ralph exploits his special talent, a talent he’d once realized was pretty unique, until now, after…
When Ralph finds himself “found out,” while he’s invisibly “somewhere,” seeing something he should not be looking at, he realizes he’s not the only one by far. And he begins to comprehend just how novice his gift is after all. What follows eventually culminates into a battle otherworldly—paranormally, aboard other dimensions in astral worlds!
I enjoyed this story. It solidly puts you into the mind of the main character. You’ll get Ralph’s every thought nonstop throughout the entire book, and by the end you’ll probably know Ralph better than you know your own mother, or even, yourself. He loves the ladies, yet is a bit frivolous and apprehensive about going straight for, of even admitting fully, his desires. And during the course of his newest investigation, Ralph meets many beautiful women—besides his sexy secretary, who he has quite the crush on—and gets up close and personal with them, in ways not of this physical realm. But its not until he’s put to the ultimate test that he truly employs his gift. Ralph evolves magnitudes and perhaps, a newfound boldness lands him just what he’s been wanting all along.
I found Ralph and the Girl From Mayfair Towers to be quite clever, a uniquely written novel. The author has obviously poured his soul into the main character and the highly detailed story-line of this plot. This is a story to enjoy slowly, perhaps, over the course of a week or more. Fully immerse yourself into the mind of a regular man who thinks he’s special, but learns and evolves. Follow along with Ralph on an adventure that’ll stretch your perspectives on possibility itself. And not always will there be a win for him, or others.
Bad things happen, but a shell is shed and the sun will shine—if Ralph can actually pull it off. If, Ralph can conquer an opponent who has him outgunned, so to speak, within a special realm of extraordinary possibilities. And what Ralph must ultimately do to win this one—you’ll never guess! Read it to find out.