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Adam Orser: Chronicles of Evolution

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Adam Orser seems to be a regular guy, leading a fairly successful life in Toronto as a psychologist with a loving girlfriend, Jazmin. But there is nothing ordinary about Adam. Fate interrupts his planned marriage proposal, and a serious car accident thrusts him into a metaphysical reality behind a deep coma that holds his physical body in check. Through an advanced system ...more
Paperback, 343 pages
Published April 1st 2012 by Two Harbors Press
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Grady
Jun 10, 2012 rated it really liked it
A Big Bite for a First Novel

According to the author's bio, `Daniel Armand lives in Toronto, Ontario. His inspiration behind Adam Orser: Chronicles of Evolution originated during the summer of 1983, after a near death encounter offered an incredible insight into the obscured aspects of life, love, and the progression of the human spirit. Daniel is currently working on the next novel of the Adam Orser saga. "I truly hope this novel will help inspire readers all over the globe, to embrace their spi
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Tia Bach
Jun 17, 2012 rated it liked it
Destiny, fate, religion, faith, spirituality, good, evil... deep topics that leave us with burning questions regarding our existence and purpose.

Adam Orser is a successful professional and a man in love. He's just about to ask his girlfriend, Jazmin, to marry him when tragedy strikes. He ends up in a coma battling for his life, but in more ways than you might imagine.

Torn between a newfound duty in another realm and getting back to his life and love, Adam struggles with discovery and discerning
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Lenore Webb
Jun 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
I love to read. I love to sail through some books feeling so breezy as I trip along the story line. Then there are the ones that grip you and drag you in. With the Adam Orser: The Chronicles of Evolution I am learning of exhistance all over again. Really very interesting on the building of a new thought process. But as one would understand it is a layer on layer on layer build. So this is taking more for me to take it all in. The base story line had me right off. I am having a harder time with t ...more
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Jun 01, 2012 rated it really liked it
Adam Orser: The Chronicles of Evolution is a very interesting story of a man who uncovers the potential within himself and the connections between the world's seen and unseen population as a whole. I only had two editorial issues - I'm not a fan of using all caps repeatedly to indicate yelling or emphasis and there needed to be some clean-up on the removal of the underline marks.

Overall a very captivating story of the evolution of the human spirit, which at times reminded me of Dan Millman's Way
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Kathleen Kelly
Jun 17, 2012 rated it really liked it
Adam Orser: The Chronicles of Evolution is a novel about a talented psychologist who is loving his life and his girlfriend, Jazmin, and is planning on asking her to marry him. His plans go awry when he is in a horrible accident that sends him into a coma. While in a coma Adam finds himself in an alternate world where he finds he has a lot to learn and undergoes rigorous training both mentally and physically. His assignment??? Rescue a young girl from her kidnappers before it is too late and it i ...more
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