The Book of Kin Paperback – Feb 28 2007
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Was so impressed with the first volume "ANASTASIA" that I immediately ordered the remaining 9 volumes. Enjoyed each volume immensely. Quite a series if you are looking for a little fable, a lot of hope, and many beautiful dreams for a seemingly perfectly world.
Service was prompt and books arrived in excellent condition.
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Much of the information here will take time to digest, perhaps several years but when it does I am sure it will be revered by many as a key piece of transformative literature.
The 'live' book of life is a good example. It highlights how Mankind has managed to shrink the wonder of life into 26 letter shapes, these tiny things I am now tapping in to form reliable descriptions of almost everything.
Anastasia's son points out how life has already provided a 1 to 1 scale of shapes which can be understood just like these little; a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h....things. He goes on to show it is never ending, and then the subject changes to mathematics... then to male-female union.....and so on.
A truly great read which once again stimulated my creative juices to do something instead of turning me into a passive reader.
Megre' should stick with Anastasia's premise about finding God through re-connection with nature. Writing about such strange, illogical conspiracy theories and bizarre, twisted interpretations of religion as well as his own uninformed view of American politics does damage to this message and can only alienate the reader.
Works like these offer a new myth to act in teh role of 'role-models' for living life.
Some comments on contemporary political affairs are unfortunate, simply for jerking the reader back to reality after a sojourn in the new world where normal people enjoy a meaningful existence.
I recommend any book in this series, and you'll enjoy it more if you read it like a happy, innocent child.