#Review: Antiphony – Chris Katsaropoulos
Theodore Reveil never imagined just how much his life would change in the blink of an eye. His notes disappear on the eve of his presentation, and he’s not sure what to do. He’s gone to great lengths to document his information, and without his notes it’ll make it difficult to put his thoughts together. Though he knows he can still make headway in what he wants to say, the notes would have made things easier for him, nonetheless.
Determined to make the most of the situation, he delivers a mind-boggling presentation that leaves him and those around him astounded by his words. So much so, that his life takes another different turn. Theodore finds himself foundering in a dark abyss, unsure of what to do, or how to fix what he’s done wrong. He’s afraid to go home, to tell his wife of how things really are for them now.
Theodore begins to question everything around him. He’s strongly convinced that there’s more out there. That there truly is a God at the heart of all things. Some may think he’s going crazy, that his mind is fractured in more ways than one. For him, however, that sweet voice he’s heard means everything to him. Through it, he’s able to make sense of the chaos he calls life. Somehow, someway, the secrets of the Universe will be known, and he’ll do everything possible to grasp its meaning.
A thought-provoking story, Antiphony is one of those stories that will have you wondering as to whether the laws of Physics are really as the author states. We find ourselves caught up in Theodore’s plight as he tries to gather a hold of his life and emotions. This is a man convinced that there’s more to life and science than people know. In his mind, he wants – no, he NEEDS to discover that loose thread of knowledge that the voice he heard left behind for him to find. Chris has delivered a truly poignant story where nothing is as it seems. This is definitely a book I’ll be sitting down to read again sometime soon.
About the Book – About the Author – Prizes!!!
Welcome to another exciting publishing house spotlight tour from Novel Publicity. Join us as three new titles from Luminis Books–we’re calling them the Luminis Literary Triad—tour the blogosphere in a way that just can’t be ignored. And, hey, we’ve got prizes!
About the prizes: Who doesn’t love prizes? You could win either of two $25 Amazon gift cards, an autographed copy of Antiphony by Chris Katsaropoulos, or an autographed copy of its tour mates, A River So Long by Vallie Lynn Watson or Sabrina’s Window by Al Riske. Here’s what you need to do…
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About the book: Theodore Reveil is one of the leading lights in String Theory physics, on his way to present his latest research at a triumphant meeting of his colleagues from around the world, when he realizes he has lost the notes for his presentation.
At the podium, in the midst of his distraction and confusion, he poses the question: “What if the universe, instead of being a giant machine, is really a giant thought?”
Then he crosses a line which he can never step back over again, saying, “The infinities and singularities in these equations may be telling us that what we are missing is unknowable in terms of physical science. These unsolvable terms in our equations may be roadsigns pointing to consciousness—to God—as the missing piece of the puzzle.”
Antiphony traces the downward spiral of Theodore’s career in the wake of what he has said, and the remarkable transformation that leads him into the depths of madness . . . or the revelation of the Final Theory, the ultimate secret of the universe.
Get Antiphony through Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
Luminis Books was launched in January, 2010 by husband and wife team Tracy Richardson and Chris Katsaropoulos with a mission to publish thought-provoking literary fiction for children and adults. We publish what we love: Meaningful Books That Entertain. Our award-winning books engage and inform readers and explore a wide range of topics from love and relationships, teen sexual assault and homelessness to string theory, consciousness, and the Universal Energy Field.
Luminis Books is a proudly independent publisher located in Carmel, IN.
Learn more about Antiphony‘s tour mates HERE.