The race to find a sacred vessel thought by some to offer eternal salvation, or a plunge toward Armageddon by others, leads Curt to alien worlds and beyond.
His journey uncovers a secret order of Christian martyrs ready for the coming Rapture, an eccentric quantum physicist developing anti-gravity weapons and his own son's link to an ancient power - a power that could usher in the very prophecy so many seek to avoid.
Packed with a diversity of detail, from Buddhist prayer wheels to super weapons, God's Eye merges the distinct realms of science and religion by viewing faith through the prism of physics. It is string theory with a divine dimension, exploring the dangers of faith without reason.
©2009 P.R. Fittante; (P)2009 Books In Motion
You've got to open your imagination to enjoy a good scifi thriller, but believing in Christian Suicide bombers stretches the imagination a bit too far. I applaud the respectful treatment of Catholics and Budists, but fundamentalist Christians deserve a little more respect than they're given in this book. Just because they are emotional and maybe even thickheaded sometimes, doesn't mean they are brainless sheep. Angry postmodern pseudo-Christians like Mcveigh blowing people up makes sense, but devout Evangelicals, no way. It just doesn't compute. Other than that though, it was a very good story.
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