The Eternal Question

The Eternal Question As If It S Not Complicated Enough Overseeing The Population Of Ten Worlds, North Finds Himself Trying To Understand A New Planet Which Has Appeared Out Of Nowhere And Is Seemingly Populated By A Mass Of Completely Confused Human Beings Can He Unravel The Puzzle Alone Or Can He Persuade A Love Sick Young Hunter To Help

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[Read] ➫ The Eternal Question  By Theresa Dawn Sinclair –
  • Kindle Edition
  • 375 pages
  • The Eternal Question
  • Theresa Dawn Sinclair
  • English
  • 15 March 2018

9 thoughts on “The Eternal Question

  1. says:

    Thesos is a curious world inhabited by two cultures One struggles to avoid extinction by foraging in the exhausted forest The other lives in stratified cities where the ultimate aspiration is to ride the escalator to heaven on the Seventh Level sort Dante on his head but that s just the surface.First we have Rowan, a Forester, whose life could not be secular, and we have Melody, a city dweller, whose voice is divine, then we have North giant, sage, kindly, affable and immortal Of course Rowan is hopelessly in love with Melody who is rent between her lifelong aspiration to ascend to the Seventh Level and her maddening obsession with the Forester North, who is a visitor from another world, has a powerful, if conflicted, desire to resolve the problems besetting Thesos He is, after all, responsible for them.The layers of this creation myth never stop unfolding Dawn Sinclair has not just created worlds she has created the heavens and the universe And she didn t stop there The Eternal Question plumbs the depth of the human psyche, pokes at the origin of religion, questions the class system and delves the very nature of reality.Dawn s writing is technically excellent, her character development faultless In quality of style I find this book on par with Ursula K LeGuin s Earthsea Trilogy and Changing Planes The execution of this very complex tale is nothing short of extraordinary, so much so one might suspect it being co authored by Stephen Hawking.This book is currently only available at .

  2. says:

    This book is extremely well written, the story is entertaining, complex and full of twists and turns Like the title suggests, it is a deeply philosophical novel, exploring disturbing human emotions and character traits including the dark side of humanity There were many times that I simply could not look at some of the graphic, and so well worded and descriptive passages depicting the worst in humanity, causing me to lose a bit of the story I was, however able to pick up on what was going on anyway, so I did not lose the thread of the story That was important, since all of the pieces of this story fit together in a complex jigsaw puzzle way, where at the end you are rewarded with that ah ha moment and see pay off after pay off There are elements of Greek tragedy combined with a sort of modernistic setting that especially appealed to me The characters are quite well developed, although due to the graphic nature of some of the disturbing aspects, I was unable to fully appreciate and engage Being the sensitive type, for whom images never go away, there are movies I would love to see but cannot, simply because I am not willing to spend extra time on my therapist s couch I would put this book into that category, if it were made into a movie, however, because it is a book, I was at least able to participate in, and enjoy most of it I highly recommend this epic and intricately woven story, you will not regret your purchase of this novel.

  3. says:

    Waiting, impatiently for a sequel.

  4. says:

    Enjoyed it a lot

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