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Review - Project Hindsight

Project Hindsight Steven Pajak In the 1970's, the U.S. government began experimentation with remote viewing. In the mid-1990's, the program was shut down after a review revealed that there was not sufficient evidence to prove that remote viewing yielded any actionable intelligence.

At least that is what the government told the public. On the fourth sublevel of Mount Weather, the program, code name Project Hindsight, continued with great success, until one of their viewers did the impossible and escaped, taking with her the secrets the government would kill to keep.


Project Hindsight is a secret project involving remote viewing. The government claimed to have halted the project, but that turned out to be false. The experiments and abusive behavior towards the subjects continued. One of them manages to escape, and now the government is scrambling to get her back before she blows their cover.

This book isn’t in a genre I would typically read, but I was pleasantly surprised at how it pulled me in. I found the story line to be very intriguing and I couldn’t wait to learn more about Project Hindsight, especially after Rachel’s escape. This was a very thrilling read with several shocking twists, especially towards the end. Pajak’s writing is great. Lots of details along with characters you’ll care about and others you will absolutely despise. Overall, an enjoyable read. If you like fast-paced books full of suspense, give this one a go! Indie Book Addict Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Click the cover to grab your copy.


About the Author

Steven Pajak is the author of novels, such as the U.S. Marshal Jack Monroe series, the Mad Swine trilogy, as well as short stories and novellas. When not writing, Steven works as an administrator at a university and COO, Managing Editor and Creative Director for Sinister Smile Press.

He continues to be an avid reader of Stephen King and Dean Koontz, John Saul, Richard Matheson, and many other favorite authors in the horror, suspense, thriller and general fiction areas.

Steven lives in the Chicagoland area with his wife and two teens.

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