posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 09:02 PM
I know that I've not posted here in the Literature forum before, as it's not my usual venue, but I just had to share it. The book is called
, and as the description
suggests, it tries to bridge the gaps between Religion and Science. As many here know, there's a rift between the two, and that's what I think this
book goes a long way to trying to rectify. True, the story is set in a fantasy alternate reality, but I think it truly captures the conflict between
the two genres, and does a great job of bridging the two.
I can personally say that this is one of those books that gets me to stay sat, as I read it in one day, in two sittings. It's not a super long book,
but by the time you're done, it feels like you've lived a lifetime. By the end of the book, I started scouring the web, looking for stuff like what
I won't give too much of the plot away, but it does incorporate many of the things that we here on ATS love and adore. It has ancient history
mingling in the modern world in a way that comes across as fresh and new, while not going overboard with the fantasy-action. Definitely worth a look.