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This is one of those "Wait... What?!?" books... You'll find yourself cruising along and a nugget hits you and you have to flip back a couple pages to the OMG part you just cruised through.
There are definitely fantastical parts of the story that seem designed to jolt one back into the mindset that this is a fictional novel... And they're needed because there are enough philosophical and situational nuggets in there to skirt very close to a mental reclassification right out of the sci-fi genre... And that's where this book finds room for folks who simply have questions as to why the world is the way it is. There are things in there that articulate nearly perfectly the very messy relationship that man has with his various gods. The human psyche is explored in such a way that many of those that dwell on the knifes edge of being unable to put their feelings into words now have something to quote that may be just what they've been trying to articulate.
The Nuggets come fast and hard... Example: From page 166 to page 170 he hits at least six major real world issues without skipping a beat in the narrative. Impressive.
This is one of those books where you need both the hard copy for the tactile reinforcement and the digital copy to highlight and annotate and share nuggets to your hearts content.
It's fiction... Ok? But it's so much more than fantasy.
If you love to read a good yarn, then you won’t be disappointed.