For me this book was amazing, it was presented in a chronological format covering the evolution of human thought and discovery about the planet we live on and the heavens above it, the physical laws that governs it all and the conflicts that have resulted between science and religion. It has been written in a way that allows the reader to move easily from the simple to the complex and from the smallest to the largest while tying the knots that bind them all together in what we know as our universe.
Never before have I been so captivated, cover to cover, to learn more about how it all works and what the future holds for "everything".
This book, in my mind, is a must for anyone who loves science, has knowledge about a lot of space related parts and pieces but could never put that accumulated knowledge together in a way that was understandable. The book will lay a foundation for the reader to build upon to further his or her knowledge of many astrological issues.
VERY ENJOYABLE !!
Yes. This is Mary Calmes at her best. This is my favorite book series.
Jory Keys. He's flawed snarky snotty and totally perfect. I also love Sam Caged, he's an alpha male who's flawed and out of his element when he meets Jory.
No not at all. Jory is a 22 year old flighty free spirit. Paul Morey is to old to be the voice of Jory. Sam is an alpha male who is totally hot and hotheaded. The voice just doesn't match the characters
The the end
New narrator for volume 2. Maybe Robert Nieman or Max Miller.
This is a fast paced book. Although it is written in the first person, which can be annoying for me at times, the story moved quickly. I did not want this story to end. The characters
were were very well defined. Carolyn McCormicks narration was excellent. I could see the action.
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