What if you were destined to be the arbiter of mankind? An artifact is discovered triggering global implications of theological and mortal significance. In the Middle East, the Colonel’s archeological team stumbles upon an artifact and soon find their discovery is more powerful than they could have imagined. In the United States, Ron, a factory worker with little ambitionWhat if you were destined to be the arbiter of mankind? An artifact is discovered triggering global implications of theological and mortal significance. In the Middle East, the Colonel’s archeological team stumbles upon an artifact and soon find their discovery is more powerful than they could have imagined. In the United States, Ron, a factory worker with little ambition in life, is burdened by a recurring nightmare which seems all too real. In France, Lieutenant Pascal’s calm life is uprooted by a disaster within his community. While attempting to reign in the situation, he finds the event under scrutiny beyond his scope of understanding. Is history better left buried? Interweaving theological narratives with the present, Duality is the account of individuals who come in contact with a piece of history after its rediscovery, foreshadowing a dystopian future. No human being will be spared from judgment....
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I won this book in a give away and found it very thought provoking. I am a huge character person as well and though Neil Charles did an wonderful job with there development and tying all the Characters together.
Duality is a wild thought provoking ride. Can't wait to see whats next.My copy was a gift through Goodreads First Reads.
What a wild ride this was! The author kept me enthralled with these characters and their experiences. I am looking forward to other books by Neil Charles. I received my copy of this intriguing book free though Goodreads.
I really enjoyed the book. Character development was very strong throughout the book, and I felt myself genuinely caring about different characters and what was going to happen next. The Tarentino-esque timeline layout for the storytelling was solid. Charles gave just enough of a glimpse into the future to foreshadow the fates, but the backfilling stories to the past is what made you feel for the characters and helped form the story as it unfolded.Charles did a good job of intertwining the stories of the unlikely characters and how their paths crossed without having to suspend judgement outside of the genre’s realm.It really left me wanting a follow up.
Although I won this book in a give away, it was very interesting and thought provoking. Love the author!