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5,6,7: The Book of David

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What happens when money-hungry pharma executive David Evans gets handed a new research chemical with the potential to be a game-changer? He meets brilliant and twisted Josh Grenier, founder of an online church protecting altered consciousness from government intrusion. Tracing David's descent from upper-class suburbia, he compromises his morality to keep his work on the ne ...more
Paperback, 306 pages
Published June 11th 2012 by rugbykingpin
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I received this book as a first-reads.

I'm not entirely certain as to where to start when it comes to this book. The basic plot is that a new compound is discovered that can allow one to expand their consciousness. It's implied that the drug can form a sort of hive-mind unity that allows one to occupy other's consciousness and similar telepathic events. The drug is known as 5,6,7 and like the numbers in LOST those numbers just keep popping up all over the place.

Also like LOST (I'm a LOST fan, can
This is definitely not a book I would go out and buy. I was lucky to get it free. The story concerns a pharmaceutical executive who get his hands on a new, exciting drug. How he handles this drug is a fascinating story, if the reader can follow it through to the end. However, there is a lot of jumping around and many characters who come into the picture, but whose connection really doesn’t come together until the end of the story. I found the story confusing at times, as I tried to figure out wh ...more
I won this book in a giveaway. I am very thankful I didn't have to purchase it.
It was so degrading and foul. I couldn't pick up on much of a story line because of the constant 'drug abuse, language, and perversion. I can't think of anyone I would recommend this book to. I am sure if the author would improve her vocabulary and clean up her thoughts, she could write something of worth. I couldn't bear to more than skim each chapter, hoping to gain at least something worth while in the book but cou
Megan Abbatelli
This book took me a little bit longer than usual to get though. It was difficult to keep up with it jumping around in the beginning but once it got going (towards the middle) it became much more interesting. I've lent it to a friend of mine and will continue to pass it around because I feel as if it is worth the read. I don't think I would read it again for quite some time, but again... it just wasn't my "style" of book. Still well written and interesting.
Good Reads Win: I really wish I could have given this a big zero. This is not something I would read and I am so happy to have not had to waste my money on it. I could not tell half the time what the plot was going on about. It had too much perversion, drug abuse, and was just plain foul. I may reread or gift it to my friend as I can see this being her kind of book. But for me it was a no. Thank you again for the book.
I won a copy of 5,6,7: The Book of David (Paperback) by Rosa Lee Klaneski in a giveaway for free on Goodreads/First-Reads.
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Ms. Klaneski is an entrepreneur who built her business around the pawn industry, spending many hours in the back rooms honing her poker game. She is the 2009 Foxwoods Poker Classic Ladies No Limit Hold-em Champion, and continues to play poker around the country.

She attended Amherst College, and holds an M.A. in public policy analysis from Trinity College. A member of MENSA, she is also the author
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