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How can we know, armed only with our Heart and our Reason, What, Who is this “God”, this “Matrix”, this “Force” at the origin of our existence?
It’s this universal question, in the form of a riddle submitted by an angel, that an amnesiac mermaid must answer at all costs. Their fate, and that of the Universe, depends on it.
To help him make an informed choice, the angel recalls the history of mankind and its three possible interpretations. He then takes her, and us with her, on an incredible journey of initiation from our origins to the present day.
Will you, as a free and enlightened woman or man, find the answer to the primordial enigma once you’ve reached the limits of your strength and the known world, like the mermaid?
Your book is such a masterpiece.
Frankly, it's the prettiest book I've ever read in my life, and I'm totally captivated by it! ... Beautiful! I don't think I've ever had the opportunity to read such divine writing, and that's the point of the book, yes, it's perfect, poetic and full of all the meanings we'd like to find in our lives, our own or those around us... A highly captivating subject.
Hello Yvar Bregeant,
Your theme and the way you approach your book are similar to (among others) François Tremblay's "Une conversation secrète" (dialogue with God). But also "Conversations with God" by Neale Donald Walsch. Your work is ambitious, and as you know, this kind of literature is double-edged. The search for the enigma that has been posed since man first had the right to think for himself has raised, is raising and will continue to raise many questions. Who are we, really, to say? Who can we save? Who do we need to identify? According to your work, with the power of words, you become God's scribe...
I'm curious to know what happens next! A return to the sacred, the only hope for a dying civilization that tramples on everything that constitutes the essence of Humanity?
Very interesting. The research required to produce this book must have been considerable. I liked the approach and the imagination.
This novel deserves five stars if only for the amount of work and exegesis required to write it. I really enjoyed this blend of genesis and mythology, sprinkled with a healthy dose of fertile imagination. A Shakespearian Old Testament test and we're on our way to the ultimate truth? Who knows? I'm waiting for the rest...