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We each have a "map" or theory that explains everything in life. We note the things and events that don't fit our expectations and, when that happens, we adjust our model. In this book, I present a world that operates from a particular rule set. It's just theory -- one of many possible models. The story serves as a parable. You’re not the person you see in the mirror. Your We each have a "map" or theory that explains everything in life. We note the things and events that don't fit our expectations and, when that happens, we adjust our model. In this book, I present a world that operates from a particular rule set. It's just theory -- one of many possible models. The story serves as a parable. You’re not the person you see in the mirror. Your life isn’t what it seems. This, a story that crosses all literary genres, lays out the epic battle between good and evil and the inevitable victory of good. It reaches to the beginning of human habitation upon the earth. It extends from the present, thru the Singularity and into an Era of Truth. It reveals the true nature of evil, its motives & almost laughable methods. It reveals the heartbeat of the cosmos and the all-powerful force that gives it life and death.


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We each have a "map" or theory that explains everything in life. We note the things and events that don't fit our expectations and, when that happens, we adjust our model. In this book, I present a world that operates from a particular rule set. It's just theory -- one of many possible models. The story serves as a parable. You’re not the person you see in the mirror. Your We each have a "map" or theory that explains everything in life. We note the things and events that don't fit our expectations and, when that happens, we adjust our model. In this book, I present a world that operates from a particular rule set. It's just theory -- one of many possible models. The story serves as a parable. You’re not the person you see in the mirror. Your life isn’t what it seems. This, a story that crosses all literary genres, lays out the epic battle between good and evil and the inevitable victory of good. It reaches to the beginning of human habitation upon the earth. It extends from the present, thru the Singularity and into an Era of Truth. It reveals the true nature of evil, its motives & almost laughable methods. It reveals the heartbeat of the cosmos and the all-powerful force that gives it life and death.

38 review for The Unity: A Predictive Fantasy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    This book was really tough to get through.... The author tries to market his writing style as new, revolutionary, and reader oriented, but it's honestly just bad writing. The pacing feels strange throughout the book and the dialogues are almost insufferable sometimes. Especially, if one of the characters with an accent is speaking. The writing style as a whole comes off as childish and rushed. I do think that the author put a lot of effort into the scientific and fantasy aspects of the story, whi This book was really tough to get through.... The author tries to market his writing style as new, revolutionary, and reader oriented, but it's honestly just bad writing. The pacing feels strange throughout the book and the dialogues are almost insufferable sometimes. Especially, if one of the characters with an accent is speaking. The writing style as a whole comes off as childish and rushed. I do think that the author put a lot of effort into the scientific and fantasy aspects of the story, which I do appreciate. I liked the idea for the fantasy world that he created at first and it was interesting to read the scientific explanations for the fantasy aspects of the book. I could also tell that he put a lot of thought into the religious subtext of the book. I thought it was really interesting and decently well done at first, but as the book continued it got more preachy and strange, to the point that it started to be uncomfortable. The last few chapters of the book just read like the rants of some kind of doomsday televangelist.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sol Tyty

    The unity: A Predictive Fantasy is a fictional book that belongs mainly to the genre of Magical Realism but which crosses many others, such as science fiction, romance, and the Occult, just to mention some. Author H. Barton Wilson expresses a theory which may serve as a parable. He presents life as something that is not exactly how we perceive it and he sustains that in the battle between good and evil, good always wins. The book is made up of thirteen chapters and it is written in a dialogue-base The unity: A Predictive Fantasy is a fictional book that belongs mainly to the genre of Magical Realism but which crosses many others, such as science fiction, romance, and the Occult, just to mention some. Author H. Barton Wilson expresses a theory which may serve as a parable. He presents life as something that is not exactly how we perceive it and he sustains that in the battle between good and evil, good always wins. The book is made up of thirteen chapters and it is written in a dialogue-based form. The dialogues are performed basically by two main protagonists: Alana and Larry. This figure of speech makes the reading easy to follow and the language used by the author is simple and clear. I loved this book and love always wins.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Pearl

    The concept of The Unity: A Predictive Fantasy by H. Barton Wilson was actually good, and I love the author's idea of expanding his writing style outside the usual, and preferring to offer a different reading experience to the readers. However, I had a bit of a hard time connecting to the contents of this book. I wasn't totally sold with how the story was portrayed. At times I felt lost in what the author was trying to portray. Perhaps the dialogue-based story doesn't work for me, I am not sure, The concept of The Unity: A Predictive Fantasy by H. Barton Wilson was actually good, and I love the author's idea of expanding his writing style outside the usual, and preferring to offer a different reading experience to the readers. However, I had a bit of a hard time connecting to the contents of this book. I wasn't totally sold with how the story was portrayed. At times I felt lost in what the author was trying to portray. Perhaps the dialogue-based story doesn't work for me, I am not sure, however, but I found the magical concept good. I just wish I was able to connect more to the contents.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Diana Hyatt

    Hard to Read This book was tough to read. I did not care for the format and the generic photographs interspersed throughout the story were unnecessary. The premise was ok but got a little convoluted towards the end. It felt more like a first draft then a published book. Using all caps to express anything felt very elementary. And the main character who is a brilliant scientist gets married so she quits her job to become a cosmetologist until she gets pregnant when she she quits working all togeth Hard to Read This book was tough to read. I did not care for the format and the generic photographs interspersed throughout the story were unnecessary. The premise was ok but got a little convoluted towards the end. It felt more like a first draft then a published book. Using all caps to express anything felt very elementary. And the main character who is a brilliant scientist gets married so she quits her job to become a cosmetologist until she gets pregnant when she she quits working all together. 🙄

  5. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Ranous

    Interesting concept. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to read and review this story. Appreciate it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lavender

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  7. 5 out of 5

    Alex Olinger

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