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message 1: by Chris (new)

Chris Titus (godcomplex) | 4 comments The God Complex is FREE today on Amazon


Your reviews on Amazon.com would be greatly appreciated.

Here are a few reviews:

"I enjoyed reading this book on many levels,not only was it an excellent crime thriller, it also fed my passion for knowledge by teaching me more about the Eastern approach to medicine. The plot was pacy and very well researched."

"The God Complex combines the intensity of a Clancy novel with the information of a Chinese medicine primer. Of course, the protagonist goes beyond the goodness of Chinese medicine but it's only to prove a point. I hope to read more from Chris Titus. Highly recommended."

"I hope this is the first of many books to come from Chris Titus. He obviously has the unique ability to take a difficult to understand topic and present it as a back drop and plot line to an exciting, twisting adventure novel. This story is a page turner. As a health care provider I witness daily the harsh effects of western medicine on patient moral and their health. This story is poignant to our time as we in the west seek a patient centered health care system, not one controlled by the hospitals, the pharmaceutical and the insurance industries. "

"As an acupuncturist, I found The God Complex to be impeccably researched and giving suspense to a story that would otherwise be difficult for the mainstream reader."


message 2: by Jason (new)

Jason Dye | 2 comments My newly published daddy/SAHD humorous memoir, Pedestrian Parenting, is today available for free on Amazon Kindle (and with Kindle apps, of course).

Every child is wonderful because each human is exceptional. That is the main thrust of this very hilarious, sometimes moving book, told through the perspective of a daddy trying and often failing to go against the grain. If every person is wonderful and brilliant and unique, after all, then the ways that society has taught us to raise them – through buying, through plugging in, through perfectly controlled environments – are woefully inadequate.


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