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Eloah: No Heaven Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B01LZWN4Q3
- Publisher : Evolved Publishing LLC; 3rd edition (22 September 2016)
- Language : English
- File size : 3637 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 216 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 514,636 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The story is original and inventive and Mr Allen has certainly done his research into religion, history, quantum physics and philosophy. There is no specific genre in which to place the Eloah series, it is a thriller but covers most of the others including some sci-fi and fantasy. I found this story to be beautifully written, engaging and exciting with a fabulous plot and super characters and dialogue. I don't want to spoil the story by explaining it here but do want to let you know that the only disappointing part was coming to the end of the book!
I found this a very intriguing read. Great settings and characters I can believe in and an obvious in-depth knowledge from the writer on the subject matter/s. Description and speech are real, showing this writers ability to bring the reader along on the journey.
I've often thought of God/Jesus as coming from another planet. It makes sense. Who knows, in a few thousand years when mankind lands on another planet and mixes with the indigenous race we may be seen as gods too. This story takes that one stage further with...well, I'll let you read and find out, but if this is the second coming, then I for one will not be too worried.
I found the concept real, the story flows well and short concise chapters' keeps the pages turning. The pace of the story is excellent. I was disappointed to come to the end!
I suspect this might upset a few deeply religious people but that, to me is half the fun, it opens up questions that you just have to think about even if you cannot answer some of them. Great sub-plots keep you thinking too.
I wasn't going to mention Dan Brown but seeing as his name crops up...
I've now read both and know which I prefer. Please don't think this is the same sort of story as D B, it is not!
Will I buy the second and third books in the series? Is the Pope a Catholic?
The one thing I had problems with was a tendency to swap characters point of view within a scene. It wasn't a major issue and didn't happen all the time, but for me it was a bit jarring and tended to remind me I was reading a book rather than remaining immersed in it.
Overall, a very good first book in the series. Well worth a read.
This tale is a mixture of Dan Brown style conspiracy, mixed with some science fiction and religious, thought-provoking ideas.
A man claims to be Jesus, the son of God and draws key other characters into his secret world whilst being pursued by the CIA, amongst others. Each character has been chosen for a particular purpose and the complex story woven by the author which links these characters will drive you ever onwards until it becomes impossible to put the book down.
This is a great first instalment and will have everyone reaching for the second book.