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"A wonderful read, Wright brings together science, technology, and faith seamlessly to bring us a thrilling adventure." ***** - Red City Review
About the Author
Tilmer Wright, Jr. was born in Kingsport, Tennessee. He attended Florida State University where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science. The past three decades have seen him working in various roles within Information Technology at a variety of companies in three states. He currently lives in Tarpon Springs, FL with his wife and two daughters. He enjoys guitar, piano, art, reading and - when he has the time - writing.
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I enjoyed the book. It was an easy read and hard to put down. The story appeals to all ages and has a good message. It is well worth getting it.
While this story is daringly unique, Mr. Wright's use of music as the universal language brought to mind the movie "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," especially the scene where earth people stand in silence as the mother ship communicates with them through tonal scales that build from deep base rumbles to bright brass notes. Mr. Wright creates a similar moment of awe when the humans and aliens realize they can understand one another through music, leading them to share their beliefs in God and his Word as a reality that knows no boundaries of space or time. This synthesis of worlds known and unknown through universal truths is the heart of the message of the book and represents Mr. Wright's special insights and talent to impart through his excellent writing.
I highly recommend this book as a thoughtful, inspiring read.