The Lucidity Project by Abbey Campbell Cook
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Campbell Cook has created a protagonist worth rooting for, and paints a lively, colorful portrait of the tropical location for the titular project.
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"The Lucidity Project stirs readers to look at life and their abilities in an exhilarating new way.” — POPSUGAR

Depression has haunted twenty-five-year-old Max Dorigan her entire life. After years of unsuccessful treatment and a failed suicide attempt, Max agrees to join “The Lucidity Project,” a program at a mysterious health and wellness resort in the Caribbean—where, she soon finds, the people are just as troubled as she is, only in a different way. They claim to have psychic powers. They claim they can see ghosts. They claim Max is one of them.

Max refuses to pay much attention until Dr. Micah McMoneagle, the charismatic head of the project, reveals he’s found a way to allow people to enter each other’s dreams. Now, instead of discussing their issues in talk therapy, Max and her new gifted friends can symbolically work through their problems on the astral plane. Together they embark on a magical, transformational journey through dreamtime to reveal the causes of the things that are holding them back—an adventure that ultimately awakens them to who they really are, and what they came to earth to do.
 

About Abbey Campbell Cook

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Abbey Campbell Cook studied creative writing at UC Berkeley. She now writes (and sometimes sings and dances) about her ongoing quest for spiritual and physical wellness on her blog, Adventures in Woo Woo Land, which often includes pictures of Channing Tatum in his underwear (Ryan Gosling, too, if you're lucky). You can find her there, as well as on Facebook and YouTube. The Lucidity Project is her first novel.
 
Published May 31, 2016 by She Writes Press. 298 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Suzanne Brazil on Jun 23 2016

Campbell Cook has created a protagonist worth rooting for, and paints a lively, colorful portrait of the tropical location for the titular project.

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