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Source: Book provided by Marie Harbon for review
Category: Science Fiction
Page Count: 466
Published: June 1st 2011 by CreateSpace
ISBN: 1461072484 (ISBN13: 9781461072485)
Language: EnglishAbout the book:
Seven Point Eight: The most powerful number in the universe. The number that connects everything. A physicist begins a quest to measure the soul but soon finds himself drawn into the world of the enigmatic Max Richardson, where research is sold to the military at the highest bid. However, he soon discovers another purpose when an extremely talented young psychic enters his life. He devises a project and builds a team to stretch the frontiers of exploration, only to make a reality-shattering discovery.(more)
My Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Wow! I’m completely stunned and speechless this completely blown me away! it reminded me of the time when I was studying physics and other life sciences.. I like how very intellectual the characters are, how they managed to tackle their dilemmas, the queries they asked each other, about the future, research, analysis and so on are answered in the most intriguing and full of wisdom manner. Which left me craving for more! all these being psychic stuff made me feel to really trust my instincts/guts/hunches whatever you call it these days this made me think even more than life and throughout life. Everything was so greatly executed.
The story that revolved around this is so fantastically laid out that took years of life and research in order to complete their findings which of course proved that something is definitely out there beyond reach but somewhere along the way they just can’t lay a finger on it until the end A-HA!. It also has a couple of adult content and the characters I adore because of their unique qualities and weird personalities I love Tahra she’s very mature, wise and sweet.. however Paul, was quite my favorite he’s very devoted & smart though there are times he knows what he’s not suppose to do but he did during those situations I dwelled and get so caught up in his thoughts I felt the time crunch, fatigue he’s been through..he made so many brilliant discoveries, research and equipments that would made it possible to prove his work but of course there are things that science just could not prove not just yet.. It’s hard but that what made this so great in the right time it will all unfold!a very believable and promising book a great way to start the series.I’m really impressed with all their amazing journey besides that there are parts that made me cry while reading this..certainly after all the sudden twist and turn of events I certainly want to read more of this series!I must say very well done and good job to Madam Marie Harbon the bibliographies are surely worth checking out as well they’re all very interesting.