Written on: 06/02/2012 by E.V.Guest (2 reviews written)
I believe the author has matured since his previous book in this series. While the concepts presented in the author's previous publication, 'The Evolutioning of Creation - Volume 1,' were quite esoteric and eclective,
the unique abstractions of journey through Time and Space caught and held my attention. His theoretical premise based on Space-Time convergences differs from any other book in it class. And with this new installment, the author seems to be reaching out to the science layman in this publication. In volume 2, he details his theoretical paradigm of cosmogony within a framework of easy to understand scientific ideals. I especially like the charicature of the universe outside the reality of existence; i.e. a medium in which the universe was created and will eventually be terminated. Perhaps his imaginative presentation of life outside our normal five senses in 'Quest of the Shadow-Forge,' allowed for him to realize his new sytle.
If you were turned off by the written style of this author's first book, do not let it deter you from reading his new book. This book is truely inspired and should reset the tone for how science needs to approach theoretical cosmology. Or, at the very least, how they wish to present their theories to the public.
As rated by real users
"Insightful View of the Univers..." Read More
"Very nice book" Read More
"Newly published sequel" Read More
""Another book on climate chang..." Read More
"How to Defeat Your Own Clone: ..." Read More