The Tunnel At The End of Time Cyberwit.net Best Seller
I recommend this book to everyone honest enough to admit that we do not know ourselves or that we are not just nothing, but perhaps even Nothingness itself. Have fun, but be warned! --Dr. Isagani R. Cruz, De La Salle University, Manila
The intentions of the authors are manyfold, but primarily: 1) to underscore that any Armageddon in 2012 will be "man-created"
This message abounds in many forms today: youtube videos, truther websites, books etc. but humanoids are resistant to "being told" too much "truth", and would rather find it out on their own ... and in small portions at a time. It is all too simple and convenient for many to disregard all information that is uncomfortable or too "fantastic" as "merely conspiracy theory-based"
Reviews of "The tunnel at the end of time":
En résumé, un beau roman de SF et d'aventure très fortement recommandé.
--Eric Tessier, author, France
I recommend this book to everyone honest enough to admit that we do not know ourselves or that we are not just nothing, but perhaps even Nothingness itself. Have fun, but be warned!
--Dr. Isagani R. Cruz, De La Salle University, Manila
No doubt the authors' message to the readers of the novel - the foreseeability of the "tunnel" is very uncomfortable, because it prompts many unusual self-reflections.
--Vadim Filatov, philosopher, Russia
The reader is caught in an iron clasp grasp and taken in strange speeds that seem to stay along with the mind. There are simulations of words and images in a three dimensional effect...
--Dr. Amitabh Mitra, Poet's Printery, South Africa
and here is one more from Irene Brodsky (USA):
It is an honor to review this most eye-opening, very well written and beautifully expressed book of poetry & drama that was written in two languages; and also includes a 14 Act Play! The book appears to be a serious look into one’s self, soul, being, spirit, surroundings, thoughts, reactions, and can be seen as philosophical, religious, mystical, spiritual, anger, reaching out for an answer, telling it like it is, no holds barred. -- Irene Brodsky, Faculty Member Brooklyn College City University of New York (USA), Teacher of Philosophy; and book author
and this one is always worth repeating in any marketing of my work:
"There is no doubt that Powell, Robert Lowell, Elizabeth Bishop, Sylvia Plath, John Berryman, Randall Jarrell, and Delmore Schwartz are the most talented American poets of the modern age." (from the critical book "Adam Donaldson Powell: the Making of a Poet")
--Dr. Santosh Kumar, Editor, Cyberwit.net
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