Synopsis: Caleb Armstrong keeps hearing voices, and they are causing him more distraction than the war ever did. The one he hears most frequently is his best friend Rick's- problem is, Rick died in a roadside attack seven years earlier in Afghanistan.
Caleb is a three tour veteran of the Iraq/Afghanistan war, and he has seen the worst atrocities that can be committed. Now working as an ER nurse, he is trying to find some level of peace in his life.
Caleb and his best friend live an easy, bachelor's existence in their San Diego home, but that is all about to change. Someone from his past is watching and waiting, and their patience is wearing thin.
When he meets the beautiful and charming Charity Sandcastle, it won't take long for him to realize how special she is, and how invaluable her unique gifts and abilities will become to their very survival.
When Caleb is forced to confront the demons from his past, he will have to go to extreme lengths to protect those he loves, and will finally gain a true understanding of not only who he really is, but also why he keeps hearing these three little words- the girl knows.
Review: Voices of the Passed was an interesting story. There were twists and turns that kept me engaged but never crossed over to a fast pace that makes you read a whole book in one sitting. I enjoyed the different points of view, especially the canine variety. Though Caleb was the main character, my favorite was Charity; she was full of life and eccentricity. The action sequences were well done. Seago put you right into the middle of it. I’m not totally sold on the final twist but, as Seago said, “love is blind.” I would enjoy more of Seago’s stories and look forward to the companion, Tears of the Innocent.