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Involution & Evolution Paperback – August 28, 2014
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About the Author
Joss Sheldon is a scruffy nomad, an unshaven layabout, and a good for nothing hobo. Born in 1982, he was bought up in one of the anonymous suburbs which wrap themselves around London's beating heart. And then he escaped!
With a degree from the London School of Economics to his name, Sheldon had spells selling falafel at music festivals, being a ski-bum, and failing to turn the English Midlands into a haven of rugby league.
Before, in January 2013, he went to McLeod Ganj in India; a village which plays home to thousands of angry monkeys, hundreds of Tibetan refugees, and the Dalai Lama himself. It was there, wrapped up in a blanket which featured some animated teddies, that Sheldon wrote 'Involution & Evolution'; a book about love in a era of hatred, truth in a era of lies, and peace in a era of war.
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Even if you hate reading about war, you will 100% love this book, because Albert Freeman’s story is told with such an astounding rhythm and flow that keeps you sucked in, flipping page after page after page until the book is over.
Sheldon is ingenious. This is such a refreshing and original read.
A struggle to maintain peace in a war-torn world.
Electrifying, enlightening, insightful, and awe-inspiring.
I HIGHLY recommend.