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Rarely does a book come along that requires the reader to truly reach down into the depths of their very soul to think and answer questions about their own personal beliefs and thoughts. The Second Virgin Birth is such a book. It explores new ideas and concepts that could affect us all, and would affect us all, if events in the book ever come to pass. This book is a must read, a must discuss, and a must argue over. Prepare yourself to lose old friends and gain new ones.
As the author of the book "The Second Virgin Birth," I thought you might be interested in why I wrote the book in the first place. I truly believe that each one of us has inside our very souls, something that we need to accomplish before we pass from this world to the next. Mine was to write a book. One that was not just entertaining but inspired thought among its readers. One that could cause heated debates among friends about its not so simple and clear-cut meanings. I feel that I have accomplished my goal with a book written on a subject that could touch us all and with characters that are so lifelike that they could become your true friends or your worse enemies.
My idea for this book began after a personal tragedy in my life. I began to wonder what if we could truly bring a loved one back. Do we have the technology to cause them to be able to walk among us again? But I did not stop there, if we could bring back a loved one; why not bring back the most unimaginable loved one of all. After reading this book, it is my wish that you question all the possibilities and let your imagination ascend to a new elevation while contemplating our future. To question is the first step in understanding.See all Editorial Reviews
I read this book in high school as it was recommended by my librarian, Mr.Taylor. I did not even figure out that he wrote this book until after i finished it and saw his face. Read morePublished 1 month ago by craig crawford
Interesting book idea... would make a great movie. Many errors though and feels as though it was written by a good 5th grade writer.Published 2 months ago by netc
The premise of the story was interesting, but I stopped counting the typos, inappropriate use of words and incomplete sentences after about 20. Read morePublished 12 months ago by BHS
This story has a very interesting plot, about creating a new Savior of the world, by using DNA, found on relics. It was a great read both times I read it. Great fiction. Read morePublished 16 months ago by TheUnsinkable
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The book had quite a few grammatical errors. In some parts, it almost appeared as if the author was thinking of what to write and... Read more
Very thought provoking. I enjoyed this book and appreciate the thought that went into it. I enjoy a work that makes me think, what if.Published 22 months ago by Lee
This was an okay read, but I think it could have been more. I felt the creativity was there with the plot of the story. However, something went wrong at places in the book. Read morePublished on June 9, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I loved the characters and the plot. The story line was perfectly paced and kept me guessing till the end. Read morePublished on May 28, 2013 by Kat B
I read this book fascinated with the story line. I would give the story 5 stars but only 3 for the format & editing. The storyline surprised me, it was nothing as I expected. Read morePublished on May 20, 2013 by Veralisa Fresh