Book Of The Day – Brightside

by Ron on January 29, 2014

Today’s Book of the Day is a Science Fiction novel by Mark Tullius and it’s 88% off for a very short time. Brightside has a 4.0 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $7!

“From the moment I started reading Brightside I could not put it down, nor did the thought of doing such a thing cross my mind!” Shari – Amazon Reviewer

by Mark Tullius
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Science Fiction
Price: $0.99 save $7


Across the nation, telepaths are rounded up and sent to the beautiful mountain town of Brightside. They’re told it’s just like everywhere else, probably even nicer. As long as they follow the rules and don’t ever think about leaving.

Joe Nolan is one of the accused, a man who spent his life hearing things people left unsaid. And now he’s paying for it on his hundredth day in Brightside, fighting to keep hold of his secret in a town where no thought is safe.

They call us Thought Thieves, but it’s not like we have a choice. All the sick twisted things rolling around in people’s heads, we can’t help but hear.

That’s why they rounded us up, stuck us in this little town. It’s to make you feel safe. But they can’t keep us here forever.

It’s Day 100 and it’s all gonna end. One way or another, I’m getting out of Brightside.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

From the first few pages you find your self wondering what will happen next and trying to guess how it will end. Defiantly worth reading…


Filled with twists and turns and horrible sadistic things it’ll make you want to close the book shut and sleep with you lights on!! However, you wouldn’t close the book because you will feel the chills running down your back and you’ll be wanting to know whats next.As for sleeping with the lights on, I recommend it.


This story of loss, family, and childhood trauma is a great read- I read it one night- and you’ll start evaluating your life the way Brightsiders are forced to do. It’s a really fresh premise, very unlike anything you’ve ever read.


Couldn’t read it fast enough. When I did take a break from the book, I ended up dreaming about it; I think it’s due to how detailed each of the situations were described. The ending leaves you thinking about the characters and wanting more. Yes, it was THAT good.


Stephen King now has a shelf mate in my Kindle! Thank you Mark Tullius, for the entertainment and the restoration of faith in writers!!!

Get Brightside here: Brightside

About The Author

I’m a father and a husband, a brother and a son. I’m an Ivy League grad who worked in a warehouse, an MMA fighter with too many defeats. I’m the bouncer and bodyguard, the drunk guy in the fight. The jailer and the jailed, the guilty and innocent.

I’m a writer shaped by influences, too many to count. I grew up on King and Koontz while force-fed the Bible. I narrate Dr. Seuss and Disney nearly every night. Like you, I’ve seen things I wished I hadn’t, heard some truths I won’t forget.

Writing is my heavy bag, the sparring partner that doesn’t punch back. It’s where I shed my armor and cast off the blindfold, take a look at myself and the world around me. The writing takes me wherever it wants. Dark alley or dinner table, classroom or morgue. I go along for the ride and try to capture the moment, show life like it is and let you be the judge.

“Like” me on FB to stay up to date on my latest posts, short stories, and travels across the country.

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Mark Tullius and ENT appreciate it.


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