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#Review: Everything That Lives and Moves by Howard Siegel

Everything That Lives and Moves
Author: Howard Siegel
Publisher: Right Angle Books
Rating: 4/5

Intriguing and thought-provoking, this novel weaves together disparate timelines and characters to explore profound questions about the nature of existence and the origin of evil. Starting in the distant past, where a plant-eating hominid discovers a new way to survive, and reaching into the present day with a sea lion’s plea for help, the narrative takes readers on a journey through time and consciousness.

The discovery of an ancient gospel attributed to Jesus’s twin brother, Didymus Judas Thomas, adds a unique twist to the story. This gospel’s focus on Jesus’s words, devoid of miracles and divinity, raises profound questions about spirituality and the material origins of God.

The novel’s ensemble cast, including a neuroscientist, a philosopher, a comparative religion scholar, and others, experiences a chilling vision that compels them to embark on a mission that will both horrify and enlighten humanity. As they grapple with the origin of evil, the characters’ journeys offer deep insights into the human condition.

The author skillfully blends science, philosophy, and spirituality, challenging readers to contemplate the mysteries of existence and morality. With its captivating narrative and thought-provoking themes, this book is a must-read for those who seek to explore the profound and unsettling aspects of human existence.

I found this book to be a captivating exploration of profound themes that kept me engrossed from start to finish. The author’s ability to blend science, philosophy, and spirituality in a seamless narrative was awe-inspiring. The unique premise and well-developed characters made for a thought-provoking and engaging reading experience. It’s a book that not only challenges your thinking but also leaves a lasting impression, making it a compelling read for anyone interested in delving into the mysteries of existence and morality.

Go for it.

Best wishes to the author!

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