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To Your Scattered Bodies Go
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August 1, 2012
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Imagine that you wake up and the last thing that you remember is dying. You're lying on a riverbank surrounded by strangers who are naked and hairless just as you are. As you explore your surroundings, you find that you are no longer on Earth and the people around you are all the people from the beginning of time who have lived and died on Earth. Furthermore, there are no animals or insects, but there are plenty of fish in a river that seems never never to end. Meals and wants like cigarettes, a ...more
David Monroe
When you grow up reading books like this, you more easily understand and have patience for, the mind-fracks that shows like LOST and BSG deliver to it's fans. As a matter of fact, I'm pretty sure that JJ, Ron Moore and "Darlton" (all within a year or two of me in age) are fans of this book, if not, I'm certain they would be.
Excellent concept.
Every person who ever lived, all wake up on the shores of the River after death.
So much potential here but I feel it just didn't live up to it. Unfortunately.
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