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The storyline has a physical reality layer laced with U.S. history and a "metaphysical" plot layer superimposed over it which takes you on a journey into a strange new dimension.
I often have problems envisioning what I am reading, but the scenes are relayed to the reader with a very sophisticated level of description. This is a two book series, and the second book is at the top of my list when it's released.
Intelligently written and expertly paced, Season of the Serpent is a true multidisciplinary feat. Infused throughout are Nova's intimate understandings of history, psychology, physiology, and the energetic fields that compose our own Matrix. Pick your passion, and it's there: Yahweh and the Elohim; quantum physics and flying saucers; the fragile nature of a currency not backed by precious metals; the Freemasons and the mysteries of the Roswell UFO crash site. I could go on and on. He takes those subjects and phenomena that interest, confuse, and frighten us the most and presents us with a rearranged interconnectedness that shocks us because it inherently makes sense.
Author David Nova doesn't mince words; he doesn't spare readers the full-blown realism that keeps us tethered to Paul's experience. There's no safety net here.Read more ›
The story is written from the point of view of an omniscient narrator, and between the chapters of Paul's exploits the narrator explains the truth about flying saucers, the politics behind the cold war and outlays a vision of a multi-universe. These sections use expositional prose and though they are interesting if you're interested in the subject matter, if you aren't, they probably feel somewhat laborious and longwinded.
As the story progresses, we come to realise that in Paul's world - supposedly our own - there are far deeper layers of existence than what we perceive. About half way through, the setting flips and Paul finds himself in a decadent realm of extra-terrestrials where he discovers that the earth is merely a simulation, a kind of game for the alien/gods. They are engaged in their own war, one that mirrors the two sides of the Cold War, and ultimately the battle between order and chaos.
The metaphysics were thought-provoking and, when Paul travels into mental worlds, visually interesting, especially at the end.Read more ›
The characters are both compelling and believable (and unlike a lot of writing out there) the reader cares what happens to them. And I must admit to more than a little unease by the end; a little uncertainty that what I take as day to day reality is little more than a veneer on top of something else, something much bigger. It was hard to put down!
My only complaint came at the end, where the meaning of "Book One" became clear. It's a cliff hanger!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just an OK book. A fictional story that was just so so for me.Published 1 day ago by Sarra Lederman
David Nova brings to science fiction the fresh air insight and creative explosiveness! Please continue to thrill and amaze us. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ralph Lopez
Brilliant! If I could give this book 6 stars I would. I have read many spiritual novels and this one is in a league of it's own. Read morePublished on July 17, 2014 by Will S
I enjoyed this book and thought it was a very clever take on As Above So Below. I'm on the second book now.Published on June 4, 2014 by Waking Up
Season of the Serpent books One and Two are very insightful and in line with what we have discovered in not so mystical ways. Read morePublished on April 29, 2014 by Nathaniel G. Martin
The first half of this book was a joy to read. Here the protagonist has a lot to overcome -- from family issues to peer pressure, all while balancing his mysterious past with the... Read morePublished on April 14, 2014 by J. Walk
The elements and themes at play in this book are beyond any accurate verbal comparison. It's dark and enigmatic, and frankly, completely and totally wonderful in the most... Read morePublished on February 5, 2014 by Johann Stark
I loved this book. I rarely read novels, but this one caught my attention. It is a delightful quick-read and its metaphysical underpinnings create an interesting foundation. Read morePublished on November 24, 2013 by Jacob123
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