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Eloah: No Heaven by [Lex Allen, Becky Stephens]
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"I thoroughly enjoyed reading Lex Allen's thriller Eloah: No Heavben for its plot and characters. I was hooked into the story early on with Eloah's dramatic appearances in Germany and Washington, D.C. which provoke unsettling questions about mind-matter-energy relationships. I loved the imagination and inventiveness with which Allen weaves the concepts of quantum and multiverse theories into the thriller. Allen reveals more about Eloah through the characters of Jack, Elizabeth, and Kate, three different people with different reactions and perspectives on religion. The suspense and action in the story intensify as their lives become entangled with Eloah. All has created a strong character in Jack, the skeptic who is not afraid to confront Eloah with questions. The heated dialogues between different characters about religious beliefs and scientific research of the paranormal add depth and tension to the story. Eloah: No Heaven ends on a cliffhanger. I will absolutely be reading Eloah: No Hell and Eloah: No Religion." - Saifunnissa Hassam for Reader's Favorite
"Partsci-fi, part political thriller and part quantum physics 101, the entire Eloah series is genre-warping done right. Lex Allen has clearly donehis homework, and he manages to weave biblical history, alienintervention and the multiverse theory into a first-rateaction/adventure with seamless efficiency. It is a fun read, full ofaction and intrigue, clever dialogue and a great cast of characters,including a wonderfully evil villain with all of Eloah's powers and noredeeming qualities whatsoever.
But behind Eloah: No Religion is amessage, and it's just unfortunate that the people who will undoubtedlyshy away from this series are the ones who would benefit most fromhearing it. Whether you exist due to a divine spark of creation or thelong slog of evolution, you have in your possession a magnificentlycomplex brain. What a waste it would be if you didn't use it to thinkfor yourself." Ken Stark - Amazon bestselling author.

"Mr Allen has an engaging talent in writing at a level that kept me as areader engrossed and eager to know what would happen next. I thoroughly enjoyed it and was disappointed it finished where it did,but in so doing it left me in no doubt to move on to Book Two [No Hell]." Ken Fry - bestselling author of "The Lazarus Succession" and "The Patmos Enigma."
"Readers of Dan Brown and religious fiction are a perfect fit... [for this series]" Guy Teague.

Kudos to the author for producing a work of fiction that's, at once, intellectually stimulating and a lot of fun to read." Reading Glass Reviews.

"Raised  Christian, I am drawn to debates surrounding the holy bible: creationism versus evolution, science versus religion, etc. Tenets of the faith are central to my world-view, although I cannot converse intelligently  about scripture, so I find fictionalized discussion highly alluring (ala Dan Brown). Why not wrap it in story, as the bible does, as do the  sacred documents of all religions? ... And along comes Lex Allen." Adrienne LaCava."No Heaven, while revolving around the apparent 'second coming of Christ,'is many things, but one thing it isn't is 'Christian Fiction.' Reasonably open-minded fans of that genre may enjoy this book, but those who  explicitly avoid it will too." - Big Al's Books and Pals.

"... there is a great deal of artistic license taken in the writing and, in  this case, this really works; the inclusion of conspiracy theories,paranormal occurrences and historical accounts mesh nicely together to  make this a complete and unbiased viewpoint of what is a highly  flammable issue." Cate's Book Nut Hut"Allen's proposed  views on spirituality borrow heavily from Buddhism and the philosopher  Baruch Spinoza (whose very sensible view of God was accepted by Albert  Einstein himself)... There is no reason for the people of the  various religions of the world to oppose one another." Nick Verboon -Amazon "Vine Voice" Reviewer.

"His knowledge of the Bible, first century events, quantum physics,and current science is remarkable. The story is imaginative and  interesting. He keeps even the skeptical reader riveted to the outcome.He does a better job than Dan Brown."  Seeley James.

"I found "No Heaven" one of those strangely beautiful original novels whose substance shines on the reader's consciousness like a  glorious sunrise..."  "I suspect this first part of a continuing story  is going to become a classic read."  Patrick - Reviews by The Thursday Interview

From the Author

The titles for the individual books in  the Eloah Trilogy were taken from John Lennon's song, "Imagine"because the trilogy asks you to imagine a world, a way of life, outside the box  of our reality.
                                           "Imagine  there's No Heaven, it's easy if you  try
                                           No Hell below us, above us only  sky."
                                           "Imagine  there's no countries, it isn't hard to do,
                                           Nothing  to kill or die for, and No Religion,too"
In writing the trilogy, I placed  specific interpretations of humankind's history, science, philosophy, fantasy, and  the supernatural into a large fiction mixer. I added an eclectic group of  characters that share an-ages old past; including, as one reviewer reported, an"antagonist with no redeeming qualities whatsoever."
Stephen King says, "Fiction is alie, Good fiction is the truth inside the lie." I hope you'll find some  truth within this work of fiction. More importantly, I hope you can think  outside the box, question what you've been taught, told, and indoctrinated to  believe. Finally, I hope you will remember that every great lie holds a smidgen  of truth and nothing is as it seems.
Lex Allen, Heidelberg, Germany, 2018

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  • Publication Date : September 22, 2016
  • File Size : 3584 KB
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print Length : 218 pages
  • Publisher : Evolved Publishing LLC; 3rd Edition (September 22, 2016)
  • ASIN : B01LZWN4Q3
  • Language: : English
  • Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
  • X-Ray : Not Enabled
  • Screen Reader : Supported
  • Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
  • Lending : Enabled
  • Customer Reviews:
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