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Exploration of everything we believe and why. Cutting to the heart of our actions. Touching our nerves and soul until the scab is a scar and part of who we are; a birthmark onto the real us. But not too heady, not too vague to understand, rather right there where we all exist every day of our lives. Answering the questions we have in our quiet moments away from the chaos of living. The Universe is a book for all believers and unbelievers of anything and everything and nothing. Every spiritualist, every devout person, every apostate, every soccer mom, every yuppie, every hippie, every priest, every drunk. It is designed to leave a mark, whether positive or negative.

©2019 Roderick Edwards (P)2020 Roderick Edwards

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  • Deedra
  • 2020-09-09

The Universe

The Universe as a religion?The universe as a being?I found this full of concepts WAY out there. John Ashton Nickerson was a fine narrator.I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.'

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  • Jeremy Briant
  • 2020-01-31

Superficially interesting content; good narration

Narrator was engaging. "Pseudointellectualism" came to mind while thinking critically about the meat of the story: apparently deep and meaningful, but only at the surface level.

107 minutes is an impossibly short span to fairly treat such a hefty topic, I thought.

All that given with a grain of salt; the author is published, while I am not!