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I listened to this book in one day. The author reads the book in a quiet and musing voice with scattered moments of dry humor popping up throughout the story.
It isn't a linear format, there are "flashbacks" and remembrances and because there is jumping around in a cosmic, solar, and earth timeline, or probable timelines, the tale couldn't possibly be linear.
Without giving away the storyline, let me just say that if you are interested in Lucid Dreaming, Out Of Body Experiences, Sacred Geometry, The Universe, Astronomy, Archaeo-Astronomy, the Pyramids, the Earth Grid, Portals, Dimensions, the Astral, Atlantis, Earth Catastrophes and the Human Species, Consciousness, the Hopi, the Grand Canyon's place of Emergence from the place of the Ant People, the concepts of reincarnation and remembrances of incarnations during the Civil War and as an early fighter pilot, even earlier remembrances of long ago . . . very very long ago . . . this book will bring you many points of interest and tie together ideas.
People who have read books by authors such as Robert Monroe, William Buhlman, Brian Weiss, Jim B. Tucker, Dolores Cannon, Kurt Leland, Seth/Jane Roberts, Michael Newton, and even Tom Campbell (who offers more of an explanation of how reality works than tales, but this fictional tale still fits into the My Big Toe reality model) will be the type of people who will delight in all the references to the metaphysical as this cosmic journey unfolds.
Now, some years back I came upon this author via a documentary film (Emergence Beyond 2012 now on Youtube) he put out about an archaeological site he had discovered on the coast of California, and it featured the author talking and musing about the site, what he had found, the purpose, and it was very exciting to see how the planet Venus was used to mark time and how a spring was found and possibly made (Dowsers for water would understand this part and find it interesting.) Unfortunately, not all the Amazon viewers were tuned into the metaphysical aspects of the documentary and gave negative and judgmental reviews because it wasn't a professionally turned out film - not realizing the importance and interesting value of the discovery.
One chapter of this book seems to be the discovery of this site. So, the book isn't entirely fictional, and, if you think about it, when reading Robert Monroe's or William Buhlman's Out of Body experiences, are those partly fictional books or their perception of reality?
This is a very enjoyable journey and those who are interested in metaphysical concepts, the bigger reality, and the philosophy that we are more than our physical bodies will enjoy this book. Those who seek answers to Who Are We? Why Are We Here? will relate. Materialists may not enjoy this book.