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Why? Reading Pleasure: Powerfully written, fast paced, intricately plotted, lively, rip-roaring stories: love, betrayal, surprise, horror, discovery, strong women and men, hero's that are the equal of the villains. The Shock of the New: There is the shock of the 'carefully defined new' within the social boxes, and then the true shock of the NEW-the larger world breaking through the boxes. Doubt that it's really new? Au contraire, mon ami/amie Intellectual: A bounded world is seeing the world through stories. An unbounded world is seeing the stories through the world. That is the huge jump that these books offer. Comparisons: it's been argued that the books are as visionary, as game changing as 'A Stranger in a Strange Land'; reminiscent of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Mechanics; and in scope and sweep, Atlas Shrugged, although a dramatically different message. From the MENSA review: three novels that open in the human bounded world and then explode into an unbounded world. Cali and Harold are suddenly thrown outside the known world and find action, adventure, true love, treachery, unimagined possibilities, and shattering events. What would you or I do in such a strange place, where nothing is as it appears, and when we must live in that larger world, a branch on the Tree of Life, a creature among Read More chevron_right
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Book Reviews (1)
By Suzette Weber , Jul 20, 2021
Enjoyed this book. It is classic Grisham but with a somewhat different main character. Gives insight into legal groups like the innocence project.
Recommended to buy: Yes