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Future Fantasy: THE DIVINITY PARADOX

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message 1: by Vincent (last edited May 06, 2015 09:03PM) (new) - rated it 5 stars

Vincent Vale (vincentvale) | 2 comments The Divinity Paradox by Vincent Vale

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CQZ9UJE

After some detailed reviews and great feedback from readers, I have done some major revisions to "The Divinity Paradox". I am hoping to get some new reviews on the Second Edition. YOUR FEEDBACK IS GREATLY APPRECIATED. I thank you in advance.

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Question Existence! Question Reality! Humankind is Being Manipulated!

In order to save humankind from oblivion, Theron Möbius must transcend his mortal coil and become a god.

Theron Möbius has worked his entire life on a dimensional gateway that will propel humankind into a new era of space travel. When it's sabotaged by a mysterious entity, Theron uncovers a plot against humanity that's been underway for millennia.

Theron is driven against all odds to stop the entity, only to discover he's an integral part in the entity's sinister plan. With humankind facing oblivion, Theron unexpectedly finds love amidst the chaos. When his new love is suddenly abducted by the entity, he must choose between saving her life and saving the very future of humankind.

Theron's journey will span not only the universe, but the frontier of the mind. And in the end, he'll discover the purpose of human existence and the secrets of the universe.

Amazon Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CQZ9UJE


message 2: by Howard (new)

Howard Loring (howardloringgoodreadscom) | 101 comments Vincent, I'm impressed by your attitude.

I revised my first novel 3 times & my 2nd novel twice.

With my 3rd book (short stories) I took my time & no rewrites needed.

Good luck to you.


Vincent Vale (vincentvale) | 2 comments Thanks, Howard. It's not easy when you're a Publishing Army of One. I definitely depend a lot on the readers who give me feedback--their critiques are invaluable. Books are truly about the readers, and what they want. I'm always learning.


message 4: by Howard (new)

Howard Loring (howardloringgoodreadscom) | 101 comments Vincent, just what I meant.

Carry on.


message 5: by Jacklyn (new)

Jacklyn Lo (jacklyn_a_lo) | 29 comments Vincent, very intriguing plot
Are you interested in the SWAP review?


message 6: by Peter (new)

Peter A. | 12 comments SWAP review is precisely the concept I've been searching for on facebook. I'm a self published author of visionary/metaphysical fiction and I'm seeking other writers of visionary fiction who are interested to SWAP their work with mine. The goal is to render an opinion and offer constructive criticism to others in return for the same from them. Please tell me more about SWAP review.


message 7: by Jacklyn (new)

Jacklyn Lo (jacklyn_a_lo) | 29 comments Please apply with this question to my email: jacklyn_lo@yahoo.com

thx


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