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The Fourth Awakening [Anglais] [Broché]

Rod Pennington , Jeffery A. Martin
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The Fourth Awakening Penelope Drayton Spence made a choice years earlier, and picked marriage and family over a promising career as an investigative reporter. Now, divorced and with her children spread around the country, she is having second thoughts. A mysterious call from the Managing Editor of the Washington Post, offers her a second chance at big time journalism. He has a story so sensitive that the President of ... Full description

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  • Broché: 288 pages
  • Editeur : Integration Press (1 juin 2009)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1572420006
  • ISBN-13: 978-1572420007
  • Dimensions du produit: 15,2 x 22,9 x 1,7 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Fourth Awakening is definitely a good read. 30 janvier 2012
Par Sarahp
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Reading this book made me think of a line from an old Bob Buffalo Springfield song "Somethin' happenin' here, what it is ain't exactly clear..." Only this book helped me become aware of what IS happening. And it did it in such a great non-preachy way using interesting characters in an exciting thriller plot.

Gotta love it when a story captures your attention and in the process turns your brain around and has you looking at your life the way the main characters are seeing theirs. I wish I could meet Michael Walker and find out more about The Fourth Awakening we are all headed for. Human beings running around in their exciting daily lives as Humanity heads straight for another critical moment in our history. What more could you want?

I cannot wait to read the second book in the series "The Gathering Darkness" to see what happens to one of my new favorite characters Penelope Drayton Spence. I'll find out what happens as Michael hopefully continues to draw her into the conflict between those who want humanity to evolve, and those who need us to stay in the darkness where they alone can enjoy their earthly lives.

Definitely a good read!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 New age thriller captivates the imagination, despite a weak villain 16 septembre 2011
Par P. J. Swanwick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
"The Fourth Awakening" crackles with tension, right up to the end--where, unfortunately, the lack of a credible villain unravels the tightly woven story. However, the strong writing and spiritual depth are more than enough to make the novel an entertaining and enlightening read.

Story: A reporter gets to cover a story so sensitive that the President of the United States personally asked the Washington Post to leave it alone. With rumors of 30 top scientists missing and rich industrialist being held in a prison typically used for terrorists, the story is too big to ignore. On one level it is a straightforward suspense story with plenty of action, a healthy dose of humor and a pinch of sexual tension. On another it is a spiritual quest by a remarkable woman who meets an enlightened man the likes of which have never been seen in fiction before. (Description from Amazon.com)

Spiritual/metaphysical content: High. Penelope is on the path to to enlightenment via yoga and meditation and practices the Law of Attraction. When she meets Michael, she learns that thoughts have power. "Thought is thought. There is no good or evil. . . . Emotionally charged negative thoughts tend to be more strongly felt than positive ones. You run the risk of manifesting something that you really don't intend."

The story gets interesting when the authors introduce the idea of the Fourth Awakening: The number of individuals who can reach a state of non-symbolic thought (aka enlightenment) has reached critical mass. The book likens this state to the Internet--a giant field of energy, full of information, open to anyone who has the right connection.

My take: I enjoyed the novel as a new age thriller. The quick-paced plot keeps you turning pages as the stakes grow higher and the fate of the human race is in peril. Penelope's character is well drawn and entirely believable. The rationale explaining the Fourth Awakening is fascinating. I devoured the first two-thirds of this novel in one sitting, reluctant to put it down. Unfortunately, a good thriller requires a significant threat, and that's where the book fell apart for me. The authors ran into the basic problem that confronts every metaphysical writer: How to you spin positive development in a negative way in order to manufacture believable conflict?

In my opinion, Pennington and Martin handled that specific problem more gracefully than James Redfield did in his Celestine Prophecy books. It's a difficult problem to overcome. However, the book succeeded as an entertaining thriller even though the "villain" fell short for me. The book was well written, fast paced, and well crafted. Their spiritual principles are sound, and I look forward to seeing where the series will lead.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 What a great read! 12 juillet 2009
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What a great read! The story kept my attention and was entertaining. It had a great pace, and enough twists and turns that it kept me wanting to read more to find out what happened next. The most remarkable thing about this book is that it has the potential to reach a wide audience. As a general reader but also someone who strongly believes in the power of thought, I couldn't believe how well it hit the mark in both cases and always left me wanting more.

I kept thinking of The Da Vinci Code. Dan Brown's brilliance is in his ability to use history not only to support a very controversial theory, but to make many readers wholeheartedly believe in its truth. This book does the same. It uses historical references to illuminate changes in human development that are not a result of independent thoughts or actions, but of a collective consciousness. The way the authors explain this history doesn't leave me questioning if "enlightenment" is a possibility. It leaves me questioning how anyone could deny that humans and the world developed in this very way.

Many congrats to the authors who have accomplished all of this with such craft. It is an important message to be shared, and moreover, a brilliant idea to write a fiction book about a very real concept everyone wants to share. I look at so many "self-improvement" books, and shut down. This has the ability to speak to so many different readers and change so many lives, including mine, that I am truly impressed.

- Anne Owens, Nashua, New Hampshire
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good read 19 avril 2011
Par ap32 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I am a tech-geek and love a good techno tail. This is one. Enough science to be within the realm of reality, yet enough fiction to be a story not a monograph. Great balance, characters you want to find out more about, worth picking up.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Let the intrigue begin! 29 mars 2010
Par Debs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I wasn't sure what to expect about this book, based on the synopsis provided. But, since it was given to me, it was only fair to give it a chance. So, I started to read during my Thursday lunch break...and found that I could not put it down.

Fact and fiction. Ideas, concepts, humor and intrigue. Government testing. Science. Creation. This book had everything required to keep me totally engrossed from start to finish. The characters were interesting. The storyline was clear, not to the point of being able to figure everything out, but so as not to be confused. The writing was smooth and continuous.

The ending was nice, and definitely allows for future installments to what has been one of my better reads in the past 12 months. Ultimately, I would say that this is a must-read. Work not withstanding, I was able to finish this Friday afternoon. It was awesome.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 couldn't stop reading.... 8 juillet 2009
Par Joshua D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I was riveted from the first page and knew right there I wasn't going to get much else done until I read the entire book; and, frankly, that's REALLY odd for me because, while I'm avid reader, I'm always reading several books at the same time and they're always "practical, how-to" non-fiction type works that I almost never read cover-to-cover.

But the Fourth Awaken was a totally different experience for me because I was so caught up in the story that it wasn't until I was a couple chapters in when I realized that Pennington & Martin where actually sneaking in some vital spiritual lessons at the same time. Not, to get too esoteric, but as I continued to read, I found a sense of calm and connectedness wash over me where I realized it was time to return home to my true passion: inner exploration of universal Source.

So, if you're looking for TRUE inspiration (not warm bath motivation which quickly fades) that feels like a hug from God, stop whatever you're doing, buy this book, clear your decks for the next 12 hours, read the first 5 pages and prepare to embark on the most enjoyable journey you've ever taken. It can change your life. To YOUR joy!

- Joshua Shafran
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