About the Others By G.V. Loewen

VERO BEACH, Fla. - May 15, 2023 - PRLog -- Paul Andrews is a man who isn't careful what he wishes for. The results are a spouse whose loyalty has been worn to a thread, an adoptive daughter who adores him too much, a therapist who looks the other way while he cheats on his wife, and friends who will do anything for him, including all the wrong things.

Experiencing disturbing hallucinations and dreams, Paul is about to lead all of them and others straight into an existential abyss. The radically new knowledge of the human condition that is the result of this, may have been better off never having been known in the first place.

"Loewen's first mainstream novel presents a shocking series of revelations, not only concerning our ability to know the others, but all the more so, our ability to ignore the oft inconvenient fact that aside from ourselves, others in fact do exist, have needs and rights, and most importantly, share a future with us both here on Earth and perhaps also elsewhere." – Avinash Pillay, COO and co-founder of Vigilance Digital Media, Inc.

About the Author: Social philosopher G.V. Loewen is the author of fifty-five books concerning ethics, education, aesthetics, religion, social theory, and more recently, metaphysical adventure fiction. He was a professor of the interdisciplinary human sciences for over two decades in both Canada and the United States.

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