Atheist Afterlife (Tales of shrouded history , #2)

Atheist Afterlife Tales of shrouded history When hyper intelligent mathematician David is forced to confront his own mortality his coveted manuscript on the Proof of absence paradox threatens to die with him Desperate to salvage his life s wor

  • Title: Atheist Afterlife (Tales of shrouded history , #2)
  • Author: Rob J. Meijer Jackie Davis Keith Draws
  • ISBN: 9789082348712
  • Page: 227
  • Format: ebook
  • When hyper intelligent mathematician David is forced to confront his own mortality, his coveted manuscript on the Proof of absence paradox threatens to die with him Desperate to salvage his life s work, he realizes that his exceptional mentee and prot g , Naila, could hold the key to the salvation of his manuscript and theorem but their strained relationship may not allWhen hyper intelligent mathematician David is forced to confront his own mortality, his coveted manuscript on the Proof of absence paradox threatens to die with him Desperate to salvage his life s work, he realizes that his exceptional mentee and prot g , Naila, could hold the key to the salvation of his manuscript and theorem but their strained relationship may not allow for that.Consumed by doubt and plunged into a bewildering darkness, David is offered a glimpse into a vast interconnectedness, the likes of which outstretch his human comprehension and challenge his theorem As nature, faith and science intertwine, David gains insights which transport him far beyond his original manuscript.

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    About “Rob J. Meijer Jackie Davis Keith Draws

    • Rob J. Meijer Jackie Davis Keith Draws

      Rob is a software engineering professional who pays his bills by building computer forensic and information security products.In 2013 Rob added the writing of short science fiction stories to his already long list of interests that includes nutritional science, applied mathematics, anthropology, power lifting and public speaking on geeky subjects.Rob s first two shorts are an homage to the memory of his father who entertained let s say rather SciFi ideas about the origin of man During a 6 week stay in west Africa, the soaring heat combined with the tiny ants that kept infesting his apartment and local customs helped Rob find the inspiration for turning what he remembered from his father s wild theories into a coherent SciFi story Since then Rob has continued to work on a series of shorts with related subjects that he hopes to one day release as a printed bundle While Rob loves both technology and his e books, he feels a big draw to the idea of holding a self published book in his hands and feeling and even smelling the reality of it His ultimate goal is thus to self publish a bundle of seven shorts that he can hold in his hands and smell



    548 thoughts on “Atheist Afterlife (Tales of shrouded history , #2)

    • So much conflict between the potential and the result.Atheist Afterlife has so many problems that I find it very difficult to give it a rating in good conscience. It has an idea, it has a destination, but it does not seem to know how to get from A to B. I am trying to restrain myself from descending into nastiness when I speak of what is wrong with it. But this is a difficult thing to do, and unfortunately I am not able to recommend the story to friends in good conscience.It is very confusing to [...]


    • I wasn't going to write a review on this book at first as I find this extremely difficult to rate. I do know the author closely, and as I did not like this book for many reasons, I truly didn't want to write a review at first. When however I heard about the authors plans of changing his writing as a result of a review. A review that seems to suggest to throw away the good and focus on the bad. I knew I had to try to write a review.Lets start with the bad. The plot to be frank is offensive. In hi [...]


    • Most will have a hard time navigating through the narrow view provided by the religious background reminiscent of 1960's black and white television as the character discovers a cosmic mushroom social networking cloud service where members can chat live including the dead. Personally I would have preferred more about the discovery and less about the character's religious background.


    • Let me start off by stating that I know the author personally, so if you think that disqualifies me from giving an objective review, please stop reading here and ignore this review.An intriguing and daring novelette that will be an uncomfortable read for most readers. Uncomfortable in way like Lolita or The Wasp Factory. It's dense, it' s brainy and you'll need to keep paying attention at different levels. Even than you will probably need to read it twice.The protagonist isn't even close to bein [...]


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