The Moment Between is the debut novel by Gareth Frank that explores the death and near-death experiences, as well as life beyond death. It is a compelling saga of loneliness and grief set against the background of academic medicine, research, and murderous greed and psychopathy. Is this a crime novel/murder thriller? A medical thriller? Is it a love story? Is it a little bit sci-fi or a little bit Christian fiction? Yes, yes, yes, and maybe.
Mr. Gareth certainly weaves a riveting story. One I found hard to put down — a true page-turner. He may have created a new genre with this one, and he does it while examining the life that lies beyond this life for all of us. The Moment Between is a must read for anyone who has ever wondered about life after death, and anyone who enjoys a good thought-provoking novel.
What made The Grumpy Book Reviewer grumpy?
Mostly the usual things such as verb tense disagreement within sentences, split infinitives, etc. There was also an excessive use of the word “that”, something I still see in books from time to time. There were a few misspelled words which I believe is a case of spell correction striking again. Still a good editor or proofreader should have caught them. Nevertheless, I gave this wonderful story five stars on GoodReads, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.