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What this novel does is drive home the difference between science and humanity.
NEW YORK, NY, October 27, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- In THE ROOM we witnessed the love that Harry had for his daughters. We watched him struggle to find his self-worth again after a divorce, and meet a woman who helped him find it. In TO YOUR OWN SELF BE TRUE we saw a young woman, Kaela, searching for her "it" in life; that which will make her happy, and a father who reached through the void to show her what he believed was most important. In BURNISHED BRIDGE we saw a man who believes we are the way for the universe to know itself. He risked everything at the loss of love, but the universe had different plans. In EYES IN THIS WORLD, love is once again at the center of the story. We learn that there is no force in any reality more powerful. Five people searching science for the answer, but all of them were finding it within themselves.
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What this novel does is drive home the difference between science and humanity. Although there are experiments and discoveries that science can bring about, it is the power of love and the ability to love that is far more important. Quill says: This story is moving and kind, and with an good mix of suspense and science fiction that will keep all readers enthralled." - Amy Lignor, Feathered Quill
The science fiction aspects of this book are fascinating to me because they supersede stories of people flying around in spaceships in other galaxies. Instead, they are real people with real problems who might be my own friends or family members. For this reason, I think Ray Melnik really pushes against the boundaries of the science fiction genre to create realistic, dramatic, and emotional stories. - Tyler R. Tichelaar
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Emergent Novels is the website for author, Ray Melnik. Melnik has an insatiable interest in science, an unbending commitment to reason, and a belief that love is what gives life meaning.
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