Altered Selves

Altered Selves A st century fable about what it means to have a soul Altered Selves follows the quest of twin brothers through reality bending evil into the heart of the impossible Separated by death the brothe

  • Title: Altered Selves
  • Author: Christopher Hawke
  • ISBN: 9780615704371
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Paperback
  • A 21st century fable about what it means to have a soul, Altered Selves follows the quest of twin brothers through reality bending evil, into the heart of the impossible Separated by death, the brothers reclaim their lives and discover the true meaning of forgiveness.

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    1. James is a guilt-ridden drug addict haunted by memories of the twin brother he accidentally killed when they were eight. Ever since then, his life has been a slow downward spiral of rehab and lost jobs. Several worlds away, Andrew is also suffering; he can't remember who he was before his life took on a tortuous pattern of abuse at the hands of two brutish captors. James and Andrew are brought together through a series of events that neither ever believed possible. What they then discover about [...]

    2. I must say this was a very unusual book but I really enjoyed it. If you like fantasy this book should be added to your book list.

    3. This is unlike any other book I’ve read, and I’ve read a lot of books. I appreciate Christopher Hawke’s unique voice and depth. Altered Selves questions God’s existence in an imaginative way.

    4. I received a free copy of this book through GoodReads.I am very torn about this book - there are some very well written passages, but the overall story just did not grab me, and I caught myself skimming to try to get to something - I am not sure what. When I would force myself to slow down and actually read the words, I found some beauty there. I think, perhaps, I just never got very attached to the characters, and maybe there was some depth lacking?

    5. Interesting but at times I found myself losing track of which brother the narrative was currently from, and some of the complexities of the soul seemed quite strange to me.

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